Political Developments in Bihar: Vinod Tawde’s Review Meeting and Sudden Turn of Events

GG News Bureau

New Delhi, 29th June. In a significant political development in Bihar, BJP in-charge Vinod Tawde conducted a crucial review meeting at the party office in Patna concerning the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The meeting, aimed at strategizing and assessing the party’s readiness, took an unexpected turn when Deputy Chief Minister Samrat Choudhary abruptly left the session.

Choudhary’s sudden departure from the meeting was not just a random act but seemed to carry deeper political implications. He rushed to the residence of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, sparking speculation about the stability of the current government. The incident reminded many of the last major political shifts in Bihar, which followed the JDU National Executive meeting. Coincidentally, the JDU Working Committee meeting is scheduled to take place in Delhi from June 29, adding to the political intrigue.

Ashwini Choubey’s remarks agitated the political dynamics

Recent developments have further complicated BJP’s aspirations. Former MP from Buxar and ex-Union Minister Ashwini Choubey’s statements have stirred controversy, prompting the BJP to engage in swift damage control measures. Choubey’s remarks have not only agitated political dynamics but also necessitated immediate action from the party leadership to mitigate the fallout.

Former Union Minister Ashwini Choubey has also contributed to the heated political atmosphere with his recent statements. It is believed that these remarks have not gelled well with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, causing friction within the political landscape. Sensing the tension, Vinod Tawde reportedly dispatched Samrat Choudhary as an emissary to Nitish Kumar, indicating an attempt to mediate and manage the situation.

BJP Engaged in Damage Control Amid Struggles to Establish Its Own Chief Minister in Bihar

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has long harbored the ambition of establishing its own Chief Minister in Bihar. Despite persistent efforts, this goal has remained elusive. The party’s strategy seemed poised for success, particularly with the expectation of forming a strong government at the center, potentially securing 400 seats in the Lok Sabha. Such a victory was seen as a catalyst for achieving its objective in Bihar. However, the evolving political landscape has cast doubt on this plan, pushing BJP’s dream of a Chief Minister in Bihar further into the future.

The private conversation between Samrat and Nitish

Samrat Chaudhary, the State President of the BJP, is the subject of numerous rumors regarding his abrupt departure from the meeting and arrival to Ek Ane Marg. It is thought that Nitish Kumar must have questioned Samrat Chaudhary about his desire to lead the central government for five years. However, the events in the restricted room remain unknown to all. Following this discussion, Samrat Chaudhary was forced to reiterate that the BJP, led by Nitish Kumar, would contest the 2025 assembly elections in Bihar. Not only that, but he also predicted that the NDA government would be established in Bihar following the assembly elections in 2025. In other words, Nitish Kumar will take over as Chief Minister once more.

Jama Khan’s controversial statement

On the other hand, recent political developments in Bihar have added a new layer of complexity to the state’s political landscape. Jama Khan, a significant political figure, recently made a statement suggesting that Nitish Kumar, the Chief Minister of Bihar, had struck a deal to support the Modi government at the center. This assertion comes amidst speculations and internal party dynamics that reflect the intricate balance of power in Bihar.

Khan’s statement implied that Nitish Kumar’s supporters and leaders aspired for him to become the Prime Minister, rather than merely forming an alliance to support the Modi government. This sentiment highlights the ambitions within Nitish Kumar’s camp and their vision for his political future. Moreover, Khan expressed that the Modi government at the center is, to some extent, reliant on the mercy of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, indicating the strategic importance of Kumar’s support for the central government.


These developments come at a critical juncture, reflecting the ongoing political maneuvering and strategic alliances that shape the state’s governance and its role in the national political landscape. The interactions between key political players like Nitish Kumar, Jama Khan, and BJP leaders are pivotal in understanding the future trajectory of Bihar’s politics and its impact on the broader Indian political arena.

Whereas, the private discussion between Choudhary and Kumar in a closed room has fueled further speculation about the nature of their conversation and the potential implications for the state’s political future. With the JDU Working Committee meeting on the horizon and internal dynamics within the ruling coalition, the political scenario in Bihar remains fluid and unpredictable.

As these events unfold, all eyes are on the political players in Bihar, anticipating potential shifts and realignments ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. The coming days are likely to reveal more about the strategies and alliances shaping Bihar’s political landscape.

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