Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is on a Delhi tour from Monday in an exercise to unite the opposition parties for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. During this, he has met half a dozen national leaders. Nitish Kumar, who went out on Mission 2024, met Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal and many other leaders on Tuesday, while on Wednesday he met CPI-ML General Secretary Dipankar Bhattacharya. He will also meet the President and the Vice President.
All parties together in Bihar
On Wednesday, while talking to the media, Nitish Kumar said that all the parties are together in Bihar. Because of this, now the BJP is left alone there. For this reason, now senior BJP leaders have started making statements. He said that our government is making valuable contribution in development while working in the interest of the people and the society.
Decision to separate from BJP was right
CM Nitish Kumar said that his decision to part with the NDA alliance has been supported by many opposition leaders. He told that the opposition leaders say that the decision to part ways with the BJP was very accurate and correct. Nitish Kumar says that the people of the state have also appreciated his decision.
Meeting with Dipankar Bhattacharya
On Wednesday morning, CM Nitish Kumar met CPI-ML General Secretary Dipankar Bhattacharya. During this, both discussed the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. After this meeting, CM Nitish Kumar said that the way BJP was left alone in Bihar, if work is done with the same solidarity, then BJP can be removed from the center as well.
Campaign to unite opposition parties
In fact, after separating from the BJP, JDU has openly come in the field against the BJP. For this, JDU has authorized Nitish Kumar to unite all the opposition parties. Telangana CM KCR also reached Patna in this connection. And now CM Nitish Kumar is on the run to Delhi where he is meeting the opposition leaders.