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Bihar News: Lakh tak question, will Bihar be 'played'! Today, the curtain will rise from the stake
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Bihar Political Scenario: JDU and BJP, who had been ally of each other since the 1990s and BJP, have been different opinions on issues like Agneepath Yojana, caste publicity, population law and ban on loudspeakers. However, JDU supported NDA candidates in the President and Vice Presidential elections All eyes are now on the convened meetings of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal United (JDU) and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD). Political euphoria continued till late Monday evening and people in both parties insisted that these parties are not part of the reunion's agenda.

JDU leader said-No crisis in NDA

State Minister Vijay Kumar Chaudhary, who is considered close to Nitish, referred to the resignation of former JDU national president RCP Singh, saying, 'I do not see a crisis in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA). The Chief Minister organized his Janata Darbar program, in which many BJP ministers were present. A meeting of JDU MLAs has been called to discuss the results of a senior leader getting out of the party.

Chaudhary, former Speaker of Bihar Legislative Assembly, currently has the department of parliamentary affairs in the state cabinet. Chaudhary said, 'The senior leader must have formed relations with many members during his long tenure in the party. Now that he has resigned after asking for clarification from him, the need to know how other senior leaders see this episode. Tomorrow's meeting will give him a chance for this. RCP Singh has been a close associate of Nitish Kumar for nearly three decades.

RJD bid-no proposal received

Jagadanand Singh, state president of Bihar's main opposition party RJD, also expressed displeasure over media speculation about fresh alliance with Nitish Kumar and said, 'We did not send any such proposal from our side. Nor have we got any such proposal. Regarding the proposed meeting of the MLAs of RJD on Tuesday, he said that the meeting is not about the tussle in the NDA. It was decided long ago and the Leader of Opposition in Bihar Legislative Assembly Tejashwi Yadav wants to have a face-to-face interaction with party MLAs, many of which are lax in running the party's membership campaign, which is important to strengthen the organization. Is.

Meanwhile, Lalu Prasad and Tejashwi Yadav, who are considered political successors on behalf of the party, have been given the right to take all decisions and considered all the ideas issued by the other party's partner as his personal opinion. Will go Rai from the party leadership will be the party's stand.

BJP did not give any response

No response has been revealed by the state BJP amid speculation of political changes in Bihar. Late Monday evening, party leaders met in closed rooms at the residence of Deputy Chief Minister Tarakishore Prasad and Bihar Assembly Speaker Vijay Kumar Sinha, but no one was ready to speak on what the results were. At the national level, the state unit of the Congress has taken a one -sided announcement to support him unconditionally in the event of Nitish's breaking ties, moving a step ahead amidst speculation of political change in the state.

Congress bid- will give unilateral support

All India Congress Committee (AICC) Secretary and party MLA Shakeel Ahmed Khan said, 'All party MLAs unanimously supported Nitish's new equation to exist in the event of breaking ties with BJP. Have taken a resolution.

AICC Bihar in -charge Bhakta Charan Das is on a tour of the state. When asked if Nitish had talked to Sonia Gandhi over the phone and demanded time to meet him on August 11, he said that he did not know about this.

BJP-JDU conflicts on many issues

JDU and BJP have been ally of each other since the 1990s, Agneepath Yojana, Caste Census, Population Law and Loudspeaker in recent times of BJP There has been different opinion on issues like ban. However, JDU supported NDA candidates in the President and Vice Presidential elections, but Nitish Kumar's absence in many programs related to them and his decision to not attend the NITI Aayog meeting on Sunday, as well as political between JDU and BJP When they break their silence amidst the speculation of deadlock, everyone's eyes are now on.

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