Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who is trying to unite the opposition unity, dismissed the speculation of contesting from the Phulpur Lok Sabha seat in Uttar Pradesh. Nitish Kumar said that all these are useless things.
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar (file photo).
engaged in uniting the opposition unity A state in Eastern India Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has dismissed speculations of contesting from the Phulpur Lok Sabha seat in Uttar Pradesh. Nitish Kumar said that all these are useless things. There is no need to pay attention to these. Talking to media persons, Nitish Kumar said, I am surprised. Nothing like that. It’s all about the baker. I am only interested in uniting as many parties as possible before the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. This will be a great achievement. I am only interested in working for him.”
Pointing to Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that he wants to promote the new generation. Nitish Kumar said that some party workers may have expressed their feelings, but they have not yet chosen their seat. Nitish Kumar said that there is no option for me (of the seat). All options are for the country. My only wish is that all the opposition should be united. We need to fight unitedly to protect the country. The purpose of unity is to maintain social harmony, which is under constant attack.
Varanasi to Phulpur distance 100 kms
Let us inform, Samajwadi Party’s national president Akhilesh Yadav had offered Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to contest from the Phulpur Lok Sabha seat in Uttar Pradesh. Akhilesh had said that he would support Nitish on this seat. Phulpur Lok Sabha seat is just 100 km away from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Varanasi Lok Sabha seat. In such a situation, with Nitish contesting on this seat, the contest would have become very interesting. JDU workers of Prayagraj district in UP were also demanding from Nitish Kumar that he should contest the Lok Sabha elections from Phulpur.
JD(U) national president Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan Singh on Sunday indicated that Nitish Kumar may contest the next parliamentary election from Uttar Pradesh after he was offered to contest from not only Phulpur, but also from Ambedkarnagar and Mirzapur. .
Demand of party workers, Nitish should fight elections
JDU national president Lalan Singh had said that there is nothing to accept or reject. Whether Nitish Kumar will contest the Lok Sabha elections or not will be decided at the right time, but he has also been offered to contest from Ambedkar Nagar and Mirzapur. It is a result of his mission to unite opposition parties that party workers are demanding that he should contest from Uttar Pradesh.
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