Bihar: Tejashwi Yadav arrived late night to meet CM Nitish Kumar, discussed these important issues


Chief Minister Nitish Kumar from Bihar (Nitish Kumar) to meet Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav (Tejashwi Yadav) Reached Ek Ane Marg late on Thursday night. Bihar government ministers Sanjay Jha and Vijay Chowdhary were also present with him. During the meeting of Nitish Kumar and Tejashwi Yadav, many important issues were discussed. According to sources, JDU’s rebel leader RCP Singh has come to Bihar after joining BJP. As soon as he came to Bihar, he started attacking JDU. In such a situation, their damage control was also discussed.

Nitish Kumar can go to Karnataka

CM Nitish Kumar had congratulated on the victory of Congress in Karnataka. Now it is discussed that he can attend the swearing-in of Congress in Karnataka on 20th May. There Siddaramaiah is about to take oath as Chief Minister. Whereas, DK Shivkumar will also take oath on the post of Deputy Chief Minister. An invitation has been sent to the CM to participate in this program. By going there, the strategy ahead of Mission 2024 can be discussed. However, its official information has not yet been received from the Chief Minister’s Office. It is understood that it will be updated by this evening.

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CM is engaged in opposition unity

CM Nitish Kumar is trying to unite the entire opposition against the central government. For this he has visited Delhi, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Odisha, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh. He had said a few days ago that after the Karnataka elections, there will be a meeting of opposition leaders in Bihar. It is understood that that meeting can be organized now. Along with this, it was also discussed to start a countrywide campaign against BJP.

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