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Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar once again targeted the BJP on Sunday. However, this time he appeared to be avoiding his statement of bringing the BJP to 50 in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. He said that all I am saying is that if all the opposition parties come together and fight the elections together (2024 Lok Sabha elections), then huge success will be achieved. I am not talking about any number.
Earlier, Nitish Kumar had addressed the state executive meeting on Saturday. Here he had said that the united opposition he was working on would defeat the BJP in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. We can contain the BJP in 2024 only on 50 seats.
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister of Bihar can reach Delhi on September 5. Will meet many veteran leaders here for three days. If sources are to be believed, he can also meet former Congress President and Wayanad MP Rahul Gandhi, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
Nitish Kumar had said that if all the opposition parties fight together, the BJP will be reduced to around 50 seats. I am dedicating myself to that campaign. Nitish Kumar will reach Delhi on Monday on a three-day tour as part of his political efforts. The veteran leader, who was an ally of the BJP for nearly three decades, had also warned his party workers. He had said that the BJP would try to disturb the social and communal harmony in the state. We have to thwart their plans by keeping a watch at the level of Panchayats.
Many gestures are being made regarding the politics of 2024 from the meeting of JDU’s state and national executive which started on Saturday. Posts have been put up all around, attacking the Center in the executive meeting of the JD(U) state office.
It is being told that Nitish Kumar has advised the workers to work on strategy and ground zero for 2024. During this, the central government agreed to address issues like inflation, unemployment, increasing financial deficit, reduction in business etc.