Nitish Kumar's Party Chief Tejashwi Yadav Will Attend the Upcoming KCR Event

Nitish Kumar's Party Chief Tejashwi Yadav Will Attend the Upcoming KCR Event

On Sunday, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar announced that he had invited Tejashwi Yadav and Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan, the head of his Janata Dal (United) (JDU), to an event being held by K Chandrasekhar Rao of Telangana. The Telangana Chief Minister, known as KCR, sees the Congress as his main competitor, but the JD(U) leader emphasised that this would not have an impact on their alliance.

"KCR requested that I attend his event. He asked me to depute someone from the celebration after I excused myself due to urgent obligations at home. I've thus requested Lalan, "In the Kaimur area, which he visited as part of his "Samadhan Yatra," Mr. Kumar informed reporters.

Additionally, Mr. Kumar said that KCR had ordered him to speak with RJD member Mr. Yadav.

"I gave him my word that I would take the appropriate action, but he should also talk with the Deputy Chief Minister. Lalan and Tejashwi will both go to Hyderabad "announced the Chief Minister of Bihar.

The Telangana Chief Minister, who earlier this month hosted a meeting of opposition leaders, is organising another major event for the second week of February, which would include an inauguration ceremony for a new secretariat building and a public gathering that will follow.

Many people were puzzled by Mr. Kumar's absence from the prior occasion, but he subsequently explained that he had neither been invited nor was in a position to leave the state.

The leader of JD(U) also rejected claims that he had given up on the notion of a "unified opposition" that would include the grand old party to challenge the BJP in the Lok Sabha polls by cozying up to KCR, a supporter of a non-Congress, non-BJP front.

I've stated it before, but I'm waiting for the Bharat Jodo Yatra to be over before sitting down with other parties to discuss the prospect of establishing a coalition that may include as many people as possible, the JD(U) leader remarked.

In addition, he said that by travelling to Delhi and meeting with representatives from other parties, he had done his share to get things moving shortly after breaking up his coalition with the BJP and joining the "Mahagathbandhan."