BJP feeling threatened resulting from INDIA’s unity, says Bihar CM Nitish Kumar

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. File

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. File
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Forward of the third assembly of the Indian Nationwide Developmental, Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) in Mumbai, Janata Dal (United) chief and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar mentioned on August 27 that BJP leaders are feeling threatened as a result of unity of the Opposition. Mr. Kumar additionally mentioned that some extra political events could be becoming a member of the Mumbai assembly.

Mr. Kumar mentioned this whereas chatting with reporters after the inspection of a development work in Patna. Earlier this week, Rashtriya Janata Dal chief and former Chief Minister Lalu Prasad too had mentioned that INDIA will save the democracy which is at present in peril as Prime Minister Narendra Modi is taking all the trouble to eradicate the structure of Bhim Rao Ambedkar.

“They (learn BJP) know very properly that Opposition events had been earlier scattered and now all of the political events are united after my initiative. They’re feeling threatened as a result of they should face loss due opposition getting united. That is additionally the rationale the BJP leaders preserve attacking me however I actually don’t care what they are saying about me and I’ll preserve working,” Mr. Kumar mentioned.

Two of INDIA’s conferences have already taken place in Patna and Bengaluru and the third is scheduled in Mumbai on August 31 and September 1 to chalk out the longer term technique. Mr. Kumar has performed an necessary function in uniting the Opposition events and bringing them on a typical platform and there may be hypothesis that he could be appointed as INDIA convener.

Mr. Kumar reiterated that he doesn’t have any private want to change into something besides uniting the opposition. Mr. Kumar additionally mentioned that within the Mumbai assembly, some extra political events will be a part of and dialogue also needs to be held on Lok Sabha seats as properly.

“I can be going to Mumbai for the third assembly and dialogue will happen on a number of points. Some extra political events could be becoming a member of the assembly. Finalisation of some points would happen and I additionally need that dialogue ought to happen on who will contest from which seat,” Mr. Kumar mentioned.  

Even Mr. Prasad had mentioned that all the things had been finalised and the Mumbai assembly could be in all probability the ultimate assembly of the alliance as little time was left for the Lok Sabha election.

However, Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Prasad Yadav attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleging him of promoting the nation’s public endeavor and assets to non-public firms.

“Promoting the nation’s public undertakings, assets and nationwide wealth by the BJP authorities on the Heart to huge industrialists beneath the guise of so-called reforms is towards the pursuits of the poor, farmers and the nation. Why is the central authorities promoting trillions of nationwide belongings to chose non-public firms? If the Modi authorities can’t improve the wealth of the nation, then why is it inflicting loss to the nation by promoting the hard-earned belongings of many years after independence at throwaway costs,” Mr. Yadav alleged.

He additionally mentioned that the Modi authorities ought to clarify how promoting nationwide belongings to some chosen capitalists will assist the nation and the financial system?

“We the folks of India will proceed to struggle until the tip towards this try and promote and mortgage our nation within the fingers of some capitalists,” Mr. Yadav mentioned

In the meantime, RJD’s chief spokesperson and Rajya Sabha member Dr. Manoj Kumar Jha was in Patna and he alleged that the Prime Minister’s Workplace (PMO) is responsible within the matter of caste-based survey. Jha mentioned when the Bihar delegation went to satisfy the Prime Minister on the difficulty of caste survey, Narendra Modi remained silent since then. He additionally alleged that the PMO can’t get out of the realm of RSS pondering. 

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