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NITI Aayog meeting today, Nitish Kumar will not be seen, KCR also boycotted

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In July, Nitish Kumar did not attend the dinner hosted by PM Modi for the then President Ram Nath Kovind and the swearing-in ceremony of President Draupadi Murmu.

NITI Aayog meeting today, Nitish Kumar will not be seen, KCR also boycotted

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar (file photo).

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NITI Aayog meeting is going to be held in Delhi today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will preside over this meeting, but the most surprising thing is that in this meeting A state in Eastern India Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will not attend. Apart from Nitish, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has also boycotted the meeting of NITI Aayog. KCR has given information about this by writing a letter. He said that this meeting is not useful, so he will not attend this meeting. Nitish Kumar’s non-attendance in the meeting is raising many questions. Is everything not going well in Bihar government? The tension between BJP-JDU has increased so much that Nitish Kumar is now boycotting the meeting of Prime Minister Narendra Modi?

This is the second time that Nitish Kumar is not attending the meeting of PM Narendra Modi. Sources say that Nitish Kumar has recovered from Corona a few days ago. Right now he is feeling very weak. Because of this I do not want to travel. Want to settle government work by staying in Bihar. Nitish wanted him to be represented by the Deputy CM in the meeting of the NITI Aayog, but he was told that only the Chief Minister could attend the meeting. Because of this, no one from Bihar will be able to attend the meeting.

Both the parties are face to face on many issues.

Let us tell you, for some time, different statements of BJP-JDU leaders have come to the fore on many issues in Bihar. There was a contradiction in the statements of the leaders of both the parties. In Bihar, BJP is in power along with JDU. Despite BJP having more MLAs, JDU chief Nitish Kumar occupies the chief minister’s chair. Political experts say that in Bihar, BJP wants to run power on its own accord due to having more MLAs, but Nitish Kumar is keeping the key to power with him.

Even after wanting, the BJP could not get the Patna SSP removed.

Recently, the SSP of Patna compared the RSS with the PFI, after which there was a lot of ruckus in the state. The BJP had demanded the removal of the SSP with immediate effect, but Nitish Kumar did not remove the SSP, because Nitish Kumar is keeping the Home Ministry with him. After the remarks on the RSS, there is anger among the BJP because of the lack of action on the SSP, because after the statement of the SSP, the opposition parties had fiercely targeted the RSS.

Upendra Kushwaha’s statement created a sensation

On the other hand, there is a tussle between BJP-JDU on the issue of RCP Singh. Former Union Minister RCP Singh has resigned from JDU, surrounded by allegations of corruption and not being made a Rajya Sabha MP. Earlier he was a minister in the Modi government. There was a lot of tension between BJP-JDU regarding RCP Singh too. Recently, the National President of JDU Parliamentary Board Upendra Kushwaha gave a big statement. He had said that no guarantee can be given whether there will be any further alliance in the Lok Sabha elections in 2024 and Bihar Assembly elections in 2025.

Both the parties face to face over the holiday in government schools

At the same time, the politics happening in the hundreds of government schools of Seemanchal in Bihar in the matter of studies on Friday and Sunday does not seem to be diminishing. BJP-JDU are face to face on Friday when schools are closed. There is a lot of talk about this. BJP leaders have raised questions that when Sunday is a holiday in all government schools, then why Friday is a holiday in Urdu school? Meanwhile, JDU leader and Minority Welfare Minister of Bihar Government Jama Khan has given a statement that, “Friday should be a holiday in Urdu schools only. This rule has been going on for a long time.”

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BJP said – there is no confusion about the alliance

Although the BJP-JDU tussle continues in Bihar on the one hand, on the other hand, the BJP high command is still very soft on Nitish Kumar. Recently, a two-day National Working Council meeting of BJP was held in Bihar, at the conclusion of which Home Minister Amit Shah had reached. Here he had a meeting with Bihar BJP leaders. Giving information after the meeting, BJP’s National General Secretary Arun Singh had told that BJP and JDU together will contest both Lok Sabha elections in 2024 and Vidhansabha in 2025. There is no confusion in this.

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