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If Nitish kumar leaves BJP, then we can consider him for Mahagathbandhan: Congress

If Nitish kumar leaves BJP, then we can consider him for Mahagathbandhan: Congress
Written by Abhishek Lohia

In the wake of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the Opposition Congress has said that”If Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar leaves BJP then we will think about JDU to join in the Mahagathbandhan”. This statement of Congress has come at the time when there have been some contradictory statements between JDU and BJP in the context of the coordination of the seats in the next Lok Sabha elections, due to which it is being speculated that everything is fine between the two parties. Not there. In fact, Nitish Kumar’s party JD (U) has said that he will contest 25 of the 40 Lok Sabha seats in the state and leave the remaining 15 seats for the BJP. However, in this assessment, JD (U) did not include RLSP of NDA’s other allies Ram Vilas Paswan and LJP of Upendra Kushwaha.

LJP has six Lok Sabha members while RLSP has three. Union Minister Upendra Kushwaha is being very angry because of the overcrowding of seats. He did not even attend the dinner party, hosted by NDA in Patna on June 7.

Congress national spokesman Gohil said, “Nitish Kumar is now ally with the BJP. We do not know what their compulsion is that they went with them. Both of them are in disarray. ‘ If Nitish would like to change his mindset and leaves the BJP Alliance in Bihar, then Mahagathbandhan would think about it. “If such a possibility arises, then we will discuss it with our allies.”

About Rahul Gandhi’s leading opposition against Prime Minister Modi, Gohil said, “There can be no comparison between Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi.” Rahul Ji is fighting for the truth. In the upcoming elections, the Indian people will defeat Modiji under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi. And in Bihar, there will be no problem with the sharing of seats Lok Sabha elections.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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