Before the Lok Sabha elections, the possibility of a big storm in the politics of Bihar has started increasing. There are reports of Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, who has been angry with opposition parties for some time, being in touch with BJP again. RJD supremo Lalu Yadav’s daughter Rohini Acharya is also attacking Nitish through gestures. Meanwhile, a big news has come to light that even in the top leadership of BJP, the issue of Nitish’s return is being discussed. Let us know what is the whole matter.
Discussion between PM Modi, Shah and Nadda
Quoting sources, it is being claimed that Nitish Kumar remains in touch with the central leadership of BJP. It is being claimed that PM Modi has discussed the issue of Nitish Kumar with Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP National President JP Nadda for about 3 hours. If this claim is true then a big change may soon be seen in the politics of Bihar.
Nitish will not be seen with Rahul Gandhi
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will not attend Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s rally in Purnia on January 30 under ‘Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra’. According to reports, Nitish has a program in Patna on January 30 and it is not possible for him to attend the rally in Purnia. Many discussions are going on regarding Nitish Kumar and the future of INDI Alliance as well as Grand Alliance seems to be in danger.
Amit Shah had given a hint recently
Recently in an interview, Union Home Minister Amit Shah was asked a question related to Nitish. He was asked – “If the old friends who had left Nitish Kumar etc. want to come, are the ways open?” In response to this, Amit Shah had said – “Whatever else is not discussed in politics. If someone’s proposal is made, it will be considered.” Let us tell you that earlier BJP leaders used to directly deny any kind of alliance with Nitish. However, this statement of Amit Shah regarding Nitish had started a new political discussion.
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