These important proposals were passed in the JDU state executive meeting, a special strategy was made

Pankaj Prasad
JDU state executive meeting
JDU state executive meeting

A two-day meeting of Janata Dal-United was held at the state headquarters in Patna on Saturday.

A two-day meeting of the ruling Janata Dal-United (JDU) in Bihar was held at the state headquarters in Patna on Saturday. Party leaders and office-bearers from across the country have attended the state executive meeting on the first day. National President and State President were also present in the meeting. Many important resolutions were passed in the meeting. Discussions were held to strengthen the party up to the Panchayat level in the state. Apart from this, the unity of the opposition was discussed at the national level. Also, in view of the 2024 elections, what should be the role of Nitish at the national level was also brainstormed. Let us tell you that the meeting of the National Council is also to be held tomorrow on 4th September.

These issues including elections were discussed in the meeting

In the meeting, a strategy was made regarding unemployment, inflation, how to make voice heard on the condition of farmers. There was also a discussion about starting the party's membership campaign at the panchayat level. Apart from this, many agendas including organizational elections and organization expansion in different states, contesting elections were stamped. In the meeting, a decision was also taken to walk step by step under the leadership of Nitish Kumar.

Nitish Kumar targeted BJP

Earlier, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, while attacking the central government, said that the parties on whom the BJP has leveled corruption allegations, now it is forming the government with them. Bihar has seen that we have never compromised with the corrupt. Now this sight will also be visible to the country in 2024. Let us tell you that Nitish Kumar broke the alliance with BJP and formed a new government. RJD, Congress and Left parties are with this government.

Big blow in manipur

Nitish Kumar, who broke ties with the BJP in Bihar and formed the government with the RJD-Congress Grand Alliance, has suffered a major setback in Manipur. In Manipur, five MLAs of Janata Dal United have joined the ruling party BJP. This is being considered a big political loss for the Chief Minister of Bihar, who is thinking of spreading his feet in national politics.

These MLAs joined BJP

N Sanate, KH Joykishan, Mohammad Achbauddin, former Director General of Police AM Khoute and Thangjam Arun Kumar are among the MLAs who left Nitish Kumar's party JDU and joined BJP. It is being told that AM Khaute and Thangjam Arun Kumar were demanding tickets from the Indian public in the assembly elections, but after not getting success, they joined Janata Dal United.

JDU had won 6 seats

Let us inform that in the Manipur Assembly elections held this year, JDU had fielded 38 candidates across the state. In which 6 candidates had won. Of these, now 5 MLAs have joined the BJP. At the same time, one MLA is still in JDU.

Also played in Arunachal

It is worth noting that earlier he had also played with Janata Dal United in Arunachal Pradesh. All the 7 MLAs of the party had joined the BJP. In the Arunachal Pradesh Assembly elections held in the year 2019, JDU had won 7 seats and it emerged as the second largest party in the state after the election results. But later all JDU MLAs joined BJP.