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On who will face Prime Minister Modi in 2024, Nitish Kumar replied

I will try to unite, says Nitish Kumar

New Delhi:

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar met NCP Chairman Sharad Pawar today on for him mission To unite the opposition in the future of 2024 national elections. President of Janata Dal United, who Ended Relationships with BJP last month, was in The national capital since Monday with Along list of leaders is wanted In order to meet.

After Congressman Rahul Gandhi and HD Kumaraswamy of Janata Dal Secular, he met CPM general secretary Sitaram Yashuri, D Raja of CPI, Om Prakash Chatala of the Samajwadi Party of India, and Akhilesh Yadav of the Samajwadi Party. Earlier this morning, he also met CPIML general secretary Dipankar Bhattacharya, who he is also ally in the state.

he is also has a couple of Courtesy meetings are scheduled for Tonight – President Draupadi Murmo and Vice President Jagdeep Dinkhar.

“I will not be the leader, I will try to unite (the opposition). The BJP is trying to capture Country. If everyone ran for elections together, the picture would be different, we are talking to everyone, we are talking to everyone,” he told reporters after the meeting.

“we will build a main The front, not the third front,” Mr. Kumar repeated while interacting with correspondents in Evening. Announcing that his talks with He said that the opposition leaders will be positive in 2024 general The elections will be “very good”.” It’s been a one-sided contest so far.”

Requested who will be the opposition face against Moody PM in 2024, Mr. Kumar said, “Look work They’ve done it. they have just advertised, changed Names. in terms of workdoesn’t write much home Around”.

“I don’t have a personal choice. I just wish Is this everyone? should Meets. Together, we will choose our leader. also He said.

Mr. Kumar’s plan sources said for Now impressing on the opposition need To put up united front against Bharatiya Janata Party. it is necessary in view of shortage of The cohesion shown by the opposition at the fore of The election in 2019.

Country-level competitions dominated, leading to the separation of parties like Congress, Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress, Arvind Kejriwal’s party, Adami’s party, Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj party, and the left – despite the great efforts of Sharad Pawar and Ms. Banerjee.

There was no consensus either on who will be the face to me project against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Many leaders are seen as possible Faces – including Mamata Banerjee, Arvind Kejriwal and despite his assurances to the contrary, Nitish Kumar.

In a conversation yesterday after meeting him with Mr. Kumar, Sitaram Yashuri from CPM said this decisions It can be taken after the election.

pointing to various Alliances formed over The last Three decades, he said until the coalitions of the United Progressive Alliance and the National Democratic Rally took shape after the elections.

When asked about the Common Minimum Program, he said that it can be formed after government formation – composition.

“It will happen. First, the BJP must be separated from the reins of The power. The parties are doing this and they will do it together later,” Mr. Yashoury told NDTV in Exclusive interview.

“The basic The point is that the issues for The people Not the leaders. What is (Congress) Bharat Gudu Yatra? What is the AAP that makes India number one campaign Around? to unite the country against destruction of the Constitution. These issues reinforce unity.” added.

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