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What is the compulsion of Nitish Kumar, who is playing himself behind the scenes for the post of PM


Highlights

  • In front of the CM, the workers raised the slogan of ‘How is the PM of the country, like Nitish Kumar’
  • The sound of third front and PM material Nitish
  • Workers of all political parties consider their top leader as PM material: BJP
  • People have not left CM worthy, now they have gone to become PM: RJD

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In the two-day National Council meeting of JDU, on Sunday, in front of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, the workers called him PM material. However, Nitish Kumar clearly stated that he is not interested in these things, nor is there any interest. He is just doing his job. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar also said that he has no such aspiration.

Nitish trying to make JDU a national party
Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal United now wants to expand its party across the country. JDU is trying to get out of Bihar and strengthen its position across the country. Under this, JDU had contested the assembly elections of Delhi, Haryana, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Jammu and Kashmir. However, apart from these states, JDU’s performance in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh assembly elections was also very poor. Now in the elections to the assembly elections to be held in five states of the country in 2022, Janata Dal United is preparing to enter the electoral fray alone in Manipur and with an alliance in Uttar Pradesh. JDU’s focus is on increasing the strength of its MLAs in smaller states.

National level recognition to a registered political party is given only when there are at least 2 percent of the total Lok Sabha seats in three different states of the country with MPs. Apart from this, a registered party must have secured at least 6 percent of the votes in the Lok Sabha or Vidhan Sabha elections in four different states and at least 4 seats in the Lok Sabha. Or any party has been recognized as a state level party in at least four states or more states. National level recognition to such parties is given by the Election Commission.

The sound of third front and PM material Nitish
Recently, under the chairmanship of Congress leader Sonia Gandhi, leaders of 18 opposition parties had a meeting to strengthen opposition unity against the Narendra Modi government at the Centre. Prior to this meeting, Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav had also welcomed the formation of the Third Front for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Here JDU Parliamentary Board President Upendra Kushwaha had heated up the politics of Bihar as well as the country by calling Chief Minister Nitish Kumar the PM material. Keep in mind that all the opposition parties, including the Congress, have already started gearing up for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. In such a situation, is Nitish Kumar being declared PM material under any scheme? Experts believe that looking at the future politics, it is being said from JDU that Nitish Kumar has all the qualities to become the Prime Minister.

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For the first time in Bihar, Nitish has come in the role of younger brother of BJP.
Since 2005, the BJP-JDU coalition government is running in Bihar under the leadership of Nitish Kumar. JDU was in the role of elder brother by bringing more seats than BJP in 2005 assembly elections and 2010 elections. However, in 2015, Nitish Kumar contested the elections with Lalu Yadav’s party Rashtriya Janata Dal and became the number two party in Bihar. In 2015, RJD got 80 seats while JDU got 71 seats. But this alliance of Nitish Kumar with Lalu Prasad Yadav broke within 2 years and JDU came back to power in alliance with BJP.

But JDU, which won only 43 seats in the assembly elections 2020, became the third party in Bihar. Although the Chief Minister is Nitish Kumar but now BJP is in the role of elder brother with 74 seats. So does JDU want to give any message to BJP by calling Nitish Kumar as PM material. Is Nitish Kumar from behind the scenes giving a message to the BJP from his leaders and workers that he should not be taken lightly.

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Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who was born on March 1, 1951, will be the PM candidate for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections or not, it is hidden in the womb of the future. Experts believe that JDU, which differs from BJP regarding caste census and population law, is trying to pressure BJP to make its point on these issues. Nitish Kumar, who left the Grand Alliance in 2017 and joined the NDA again, had said before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections that no one can defeat Narendra Modi in the Lok Sabha elections. Even at that time, some JDU leaders had called Nitish Kumar as PM material. Now before 2024, once again Nitish Kumar is being told as PM material. However, this time also Nitish Kumar has clearly said that he has no such aspiration and is neither interested nor interested in it.

Workers of all political parties consider their top leader as PM material: BJP
Nikhil Anand, National General Secretary cum Bihar Spokesperson of BJP OBC Morcha on the subject of JDU’s National Working Committee meeting and political resolution, it was a meeting of JDU and passing any political resolution is an internal matter of any party. All political parties keep expressing their ambitions about their leaders. This is not a new thing for any political party.

People have not left CM worthy, have gone to become PM: RJD
The Rashtriya Janata Dal has quipped after the proposal of PM material was passed to Nitish Kumar in the National Council meeting of JDU. RJD leader and spokesperson Mrityunjay Tiwari said that the people had not left Nitish Kumar fit to become CM by making JDU the number three party and now they are dreaming of becoming PM. Mrityunjay Tiwari said that in fact Nitish Kumar is seeing a threat to his chair.

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