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Nitish Kumar should be made the next Prime Minister of the country, Samajwadi Party demands

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Samajwadi Party demands from Indi alliance

In view of the Lok Sabha elections 2024, the opposition alliance i.e. Indi Alliance is continuously busy in preparations. Meetings are being held one after the other and many leaders are meeting each other. However, till now the decision as to who will be selected for the post of coordinator and Prime Minister of Indi Alliance has not been taken. Meanwhile, Samajwadi Party has put a big demand in front of Indi alliance. Actually, SP spokesperson and former minister IP Singh has shared a post on social media platform X. With this tweet by SP spokesperson, politics has increased regarding the post of Prime Minister to be elected by the Indi alliance.

SP put forward Nitish Kumar’s name

In fact, SP leader IP Singh wrote a post on social media site Vacate the throne or the public will come. Let us tell you that in the picture shared by IP Singh, there is a picture of Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav and JDU chief Nitish Kumar. It is written in this picture, ‘Modi government gone to UP and Bihar.’ Actually, Samajwadi Party has put forward the name of Nitish Kumar for the post of PM.

Who will be the PM face of the opposition alliance?

In fact, during the meeting of Indi alliance held in Delhi, TMC and Aam Aadmi Party had unanimously recommended making Mallikarjun Kharge the Prime Minister and Convenor. However, Kharge rejected it and said that elections should be held first and then it would be discussed. Kharge said on Saturday that the leaders of the constituent parties included in the Indi alliance will take a decision on the allocation of posts in the alliance within 10-15 days. Kharge’s comments came amid speculations that the alliance may choose a convener before the Lok Sabha elections.

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