JDU National Executive Meeting 2022: In the JDU National Executive meeting held in Patna on Sunday, Chief Minister and party’s top leader Nitish Kumar told the party leaders from across the country the reason for leaving the BJP and going with the Grand Alliance. Also told about what his ‘Mission 2024’ is. He said that if his mission is successful, then in 2024, the BJP is bound to face a major setback.
JDU National Executive Meeting 2022: In Patna, the capital of Bihar, a meeting of the Janata Dal United (JDU) was held from the state to the National Executive Meeting. In this meeting that lasted for three days, many agendas were stamped. Chief Minister and party’s top leader Nitish Kumar told the JDU leaders from all over the country in the meeting the reason for leaving the BJP and going with the Grand Alliance. Also told about what his ‘Mission 2024’ is. He said that if his mission is successful, then in 2024 the BJP is bound to face a major setback. CM Nitish, while addressing the meeting of the National Council, admitted that it was a mistake to go with the BJP in the year 2017. Many people of us (JDU) separated from us after going with BJP, but now we have come back (in the grand alliance) so everyone has appreciated our decision.
Nitish Kumar said that stopping the BJP is not a difficult task, but for this the entire opposition will have to be united. If this happens, then BJP is sure to get a big setback. For this, he will tour the country very soon. Talking to all the anti-BJP parties, we will try to bring everyone together so that a strong alliance can be made against the BJP.
Nitish Kumar once again clarified that he is not the prime ministerial candidate but his aim is to unite all the opposition parties. If everyone fights the elections together, we will get success. He said that he would go to Delhi against the central government and hold talks with the opposition parties. He expressed happiness over the fact that the Congress rally held at Ramlila Maidan in Delhi on Sunday went well. Pointing to playing big bets in politics, the Chief Minister of Bihar said that the backward states of the country should get special status. His point is also on forming an alliance of backward states. Nitish Kumar said that if he believes in Amrit Mahotsav, then why doesn’t Bapu do the festival. We will not allow an atmosphere of conflict in the country. He said that there is a cut in the share (development amount) to the states.
‘Amit Shah is coming here to spoil the atmosphere of Bihar’
At the same time, in the meeting, JDU National President Rajiv Ranjan alias Lalan Singh said that Union Home Minister Amit Shah is visiting the state to spoil the atmosphere of Bihar, but he will not be able to succeed in his objective. Whatever BJP can do, but it will not be able to succeed in its plan. He claimed that the Grand Alliance will win all forty Lok Sabha seats in Bihar in 2024.
JDU national general secretary KC Tyagi said that BJP wanted to make RCP Singh the ‘Eknath Shinde’ of Bihar, but it could not succeed. Preparations were made to break JDU in Bihar. He said that to strengthen opposition unity, he will go to Delhi and meet leaders of six parties including Congress, Left.
KC Tyagi said that what Telangana Chief Minister and TRS chief KCR had said in his Bihar tour is very important. He said that KCR wants that there is no alliance in the country without Congress, and without BJP, but without Congress and Left parties, there is no meaning of alliance. If KCR wants BJP to be defeated, then he will have to forget his differences and come together.