Bihar Chief Minister And the leader of Janata Dal United (JDU) Nitish Kumar once again Rule out for him prime Ministerial ambitions as is met Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi today. The leaders reportedly discussed the prevailing political situation in Country and ways to strengthen opposition unity. This is the first Once the two leaders met After Mr. Kumar resigned from the Bharatiya Janata Party (NDA)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in Bihar was formed grand alliance with Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Congress and with outside support of the left parties. Mr. Kumar is trying to bring together all the opposition parties in Yes fight BJP as a united front in Elections 2024 Lok Sabha.
Mr. Kumar said: “There are concerted efforts to weaken the regional parties. My efforts are to unite the opposition in the future of general elections. I have no intention of Promote myself as an A prime Ministerial filter.
The JDU leader arrived in New Delhi earlier today and several people are likely to meet key Opposition leaders during his three-day tour, including Sharad Pawar of National Congress Party (NCP), Delhi Chief Minister The General Adami (AAP) Party Coordinator, Arvind Kejriwal and HD Coomaraswamy, Chairman of Janata Dal Secular (JDS). he is also He is scheduled to meet with Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav and leaders of left-wing parties. Mr. Kumar accompanied by Lalan Singh party’s national The President, and Bihar Ministers Sanjay Jha and Ashok Chaudhry.
According to JDU sources, Mr. Kumar also He is scheduled to visit Maharashtra, Haryana and Karnataka soon in Yes ensure Better coordination between opposition parties.
On September 2, Telangana Chief Minister It was K Chandrashekar Rao met Bihar Chief Minister in Patna. While sharing the platform with Mr. Kumar during a public At the meeting, Mr. Rao raised the banner of “BJP Mukt Bharat” (Bharatiya Janata Party-free India) for 2024 general election.