- Lalu and Nitish will meet Sonia Gandhi
- Will ‘Mahagathbandhan’ be formed again?
- Nitish Kumar is mobilizing the opposition
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and RJD National President Lalu Prasad Yadav will meet Congress President Sonia Gandhi in Delhi on 25 September. Both the leaders of Bihar will go to New Delhi for the meeting. At this time Nitish Kumar is giving his strength to unite the opposition parties in the country. Recently, he was on a three-day visit to Delhi, during which he met many leaders including Rahul Gandhi, Sitaram Yechury, D Raja, Arvind Kejriwal, Mulayam Singh Yadav, Akhilesh Yadav and others. However, during this time Sonia Gandhi was not present there, so he could not meet her.
But now on September 25, this task will also be fulfilled. After meeting Sonia Gandhi, Nitish Kumar will visit Fatehabad, Haryana on the birth anniversary of former Deputy Prime Minister Chaudhary Devi Lal. It is expected that the leaders of opposition parties of the country will gather there during the rally. The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) under the leadership of Om Prakash Chautala organizes a rally every year to mark the birth anniversary of Tau Devi Lal.
What will be the grand alliance
To stop the BJP in Bihar, once Nitish Kumar, Lalu Yadav and Congress formed a grand alliance, which was also successful in their plans. Perhaps this is the reason why Nitish Kumar is again working on a big alliance to stop the BJP in the country. However, regarding the PM face, Nitish Kumar has repeatedly said that he has no dream of becoming the Prime Minister, he is only trying to unite the opposition to stop the BJP.
Pawar and Mamata Banerjee are in different moves
Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) President Sharad Pawar has given a statement on many issues including 2024 elections, Mamata Banerjee, Nitish Kumar. Pawar said that I have spoken to Mamta Banerjee regarding the 2024 elections. He said that when the matter is about national interest, then we can come together by putting aside our differences. This was seen in the Bengal elections, where the Left and the Congress took a neutral stand. Mamta Banerjee got the benefit of this.