Nitish Kumar Chooses to Attend PM’s Event but Avoids Rahul Gandhi’s Visit to Bihar


GG News Bureau

New Delhi, 27th Jan. Tensions are rising within the INDIA coalition as the Lok Sabha polls approach. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has declined to accompany Rahul Gandhi on his Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra in Bihar. Nitish’s closest minister, Vijay Chaudhary, who handles Finance and Parliamentary Affairs, recently stated that Nitish Kumar is not obligated to attend an event organized by a different party. This clearly indicates that Nitish Kumar will not be present for Rahul Gandhi’s visit and meeting. However, Nitish Kumar has decided to attend Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s event on February 4.

At the request of central leadership, the State BJP President departed for Delhi

However, Samrat Chaudhary, the state president of the Bihar BJP, departed for Delhi at the request of the central leadership. The central leadership called, according to sources in the state BJP office, and requested him to come to Delhi right away. He will meet with other officials, including National President JP Nadda. On the same flight as Samrat Chaudhary. The Senior JDU leader KC Tyagi is also traveling to Delhi. It is seen as a significant political event that two prominent leaders of both parties are visiting Delhi at the same time.

PM Modi and Nitish spoke over the phone

In the middle of all this political upheaval, PM Modi and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish spoke over the phone. Nitish Kumar expressed gratitude to PM Modi for awarding former Chief Minister Karpoori Thakur the Bharat Ratna. Nitish Kumar has already expressed gratitude to PM Modi at a Patna rally prior to this.

The collation is fractured

It should be noted that the Congress, JDU, TMC, and Aam Aadmi Party are all members of the opposition INDIA alliance, which has united together to contest the Center in the Lok Sabha elections. However, their respective journeys appear dissimilar in the states, leading to conjectures regarding the dissolution of the INDIA alliance. The INDIA alliance’s fractures have begun to show as a result of the decisions made by Nitish Kumar, Mamata Banerjee, and the Aam Aadmi Party.

TMC and AAP blow away INDIA alliance, will contest elections alone

Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamta Banerjee had earlier announced that she would contest in the Lok Sabha elections on her own. Mamta Banerjee claims that because the Congress turned down the TMC’s proposal, she was left with no other option. Following West Bengal, Punjab has also delivered a severe blow to the INDIA coalition. Aam Aadmi Party will contest elections alone in Punjab. The AAP has made plans to run a solo campaign for each of Punjab’s 13 Lok Sabha seats. This is a blatant sign that the TMC and AAP will severely damage the INDIA coalition in the next elections.

Extended an invitation to Rahul’s meeting

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was invited by Congress leader Shakeel Ahmed Khan to Rahul Gandhi’s meeting, as per the sourcers. There is very little likelihood that Nitish will attend Rahul’s meeting. The Congressman’s schedule for the 30th has already been set, according to Vinod Sharma. He can’t, therefore, go to Rahul Gandhi’s Purnia rally on that particular day.

On February 4, Nitish will meet Prime Minister

Remarkably, Nitish Kumar has consistently shunned Amit Shah and Narendra Modi since parting ways with the BJP in August 2022 and joining RJD. He did not frequently show up to meetings that the Prime Minister convened. Nitish also shied away from confronting Amit Shah. On the other hand, Nitish Kumar was spotted with Amit Shah during the December 10 Eastern Regional meeting in Patna last year. However, Nitish will see the Prime Minister for the first time this year on February 4.

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