Political News: After the political upheaval in Bihar, Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao i.e. KCR came to Patna recently. He met the leaders of the Grand Alliance. After meeting Nitish Kumar, Tejashwi Yadav and Lalu Yadav, KCR attacked the BJP fiercely. Appealed the opposition parties to come together to keep the BJP out of power in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. But JDU does not agree in the way KCR wants to prepare for the fight with BJP. JDU has clearly disagreed in this.
Chief Minister KCR preparing to surround BJP
In Bihar, when JDU separated itself from NDA, BJP-JDU came face to face. JDU has now targeted the BJP government at the Center and has entrusted the responsibility of bringing the opposition parties together in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections 2024 to CM Nitish Kumar. In this sequence, Telangana Chief Minister KCR recently reached Patna. Sitting with Nitish Kumar, he made statements regarding preparations to surround the BJP in the upcoming elections.
Nitish not PM candidate, JDU clarified many things
Now when the National Council of JDU met on Sunday, many things were clarified in it. It was clearly said that Nitish Kumar is not the prime ministerial candidate but he will unite the opposition parties so that the BJP can be kept away from power. Meanwhile, JDU’s national general secretary KC Tyagi made a big statement about the Congress. This statement is contrary to the thinking of Telangana CM KCR.
Two views of KCR and JDU
Let us tell you that Telangana Chief Minister KCR wants to bring non-BJP and non-Congress parties together for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections 2024. That is, KCR also wants to keep the Congress separate. Somewhere it points to the third front. But as JDU talked about the main front, in the same way KC Tyagi on behalf of JDU clearly said that the objective of defeating BJP will be incomplete without Congress and Left parties.
Big statement about Congress and Left parties
KC Tyagi said that no front will be successful in defeating BJP without Congress and Left parties. Nitish Kumar, who is going to visit Delhi on Monday, can also meet Rahul Gandhi during his stay.