Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is meeting the leaders of the opposition regarding his mission 2024. During this, he met Rahul Gandhi as soon as he reached Delhi on Monday. After this he started his journey of uniting the opposition. In this sequence, he also met Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
In view of the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha elections, Nitish Kumar is trying to bring the entire opposition on one platform against the BJP. In this sequence, he met CPM Sitaram Yechury.
After the meeting, Sitaram Yechury said that if the regional parties, Left and Congress come together, then change can be seen in the country. He said that this is a positive message and all the opposition parties should come together to save the country and the Constitution.
The series of meetings continued and Nitish Kumar reached the CPI office only on Tuesday where he met party general secretary D Raja. D Raja praised Nitish Kumar for his decision to leave the NDA.