Nitish Kumar Delhi Visit: Nitish Kumar, who was separated from the NDA in Bihar in the past, has revealed his strategy as soon as he reaches Delhi on Monday. He said that I have no desire to become the Prime Minister. I just want the opposition to come together and fight against the BJP. At the same time, there is a discussion in the political corridors that JDU aims to make Chief Minister Nitish Kumar the face of the opposition for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Let us tell you that this is Nitish's first visit to the capital after leaving the NDA and returning to the Grand Alliance.
Nitish Kumar met Rahul Gandhi, will also meet these leaders
It is known that after the political change in Bihar, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has reached Delhi on a three-day tour on Monday. Here he first met former Congress National President Rahul Gandhi. Simultaneously, Nitish Kumar met NCP chief Sharad Pawar, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convener Arvind Kejriwal, Janata Dal (S) chief HD Kumaraswamy, SP President Akhilesh Yadav and some other leaders. can do. At the same time, if sources associated with Left parties are to be believed, Nitish Kumar will meet Communist Party of India (CPI-M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury and Communist Party of India (CPI) general secretary D Raja on Tuesday. Let us inform that in the past, Telangana CM K Chandrashekhar Rao had met Nitish Kumar in Patna.
Nitish Kumar trying to unite opposition parties
Nitish Kumar is said to have spoken to Congress President Sonia Gandhi over the phone before parting ways with the BJP. At the same time, he has first met Rahul Gandhi as soon as he reaches Delhi today. Sources are being told in the media report that Nitish Kumar also wanted to meet Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi in Delhi, but he is out of the country. After splitting from the BJP, Nitish Kumar is trying to unite the opposition parties for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections and his meeting with the opposition leaders is being linked to this. In recent times, many JDU leaders have directly or indirectly described Nitish as a suitable face for the post of Prime Minister on behalf of the opposition. However, Nitish himself has said that he is not involved in this race.
Opposition unity is not possible without Congress: JDU
If JDU's allies are to be believed, Nitish Kumar wants a clear message that he considers the Congress as the center for planning any opposition unity. JDU's national spokesperson KC Tyagi said that smaller parties had earlier burnt their hands by keeping the Congress away. The party is still the main rival of BJP. Opposition unity is not possible without Congress. He said that our experiment with the Third Front has failed from the time of VP Singh to HD Deve Gowda and IK Gujral. In today's times, we need a front against the BJP in which the Congress and other smaller parties are rallying around it.
Nitish Kumar will meet more and more opposition leaders: KC Tyagi
JDU leader KC Tyagi said that Nitish Kumar will meet more and more opposition leaders in the coming months. He said that this will be a period of courtesy meetings. Nitish Kumar has already received very encouraging response from Sharad Pawar, Uddhav Thackeray, Sitaram Yechury and others. Since Nitish ji has been an assimilating man with high credentials as the CM of Bihar, we are very much hopeful of the opposition uniting with a common agenda. JDU said that Nitish Kumar has also received an invitation from former Haryana CM Om Prakash Chautala to attend the birth anniversary of his father late Chaudhary Devi Lal on September 25, and he will probably attend it. Nitish Kumar may also meet other top leaders of the Janata Dal days to bring all the opposition parties together.