Bihar CM meets Nitish Kumar said that I have neither any desire nor any aspiration to become the Prime Minister. I wish that if the opposition gathers more and more, then all will be better, for which we will cooperate.
New Delhi: Bihar CM is on full swing for 2024 presidential election, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar reached the national capital on Monday evening on his four-day tour. Where he met Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. During this, many issues were discussed between the two leaders. Nitish Kumar once again reiterated that he has no ambition to become the PM. They are just trying to unite the scattered opposition. Nitish Kumar will also meet Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
Earlier, the CM of Bihar said that in Delhi he will meet the leaders of the parties involved in the alliance in Bihar. Along with this, you will meet many other big leaders of the opposition. Nitish Kumar said that he also has a program to meet President Draupadi Murmu and Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar. He said that I have no claim to become the Prime Minister.
Nitish Kumar said in Delhi that it has been a long time since he came here, that’s why he has come, there is nothing special. In response to a question, he said that we have said from the beginning that in the same way, if more and more people of opposition will join together, then there will be a very good atmosphere. It is all on the will of the people. When talks are held with other parties, then this issue will also be discussed.
The Chief Minister said about his old colleague that Sushil Modi keeps talking about something these days. He speaks so that the party members give him some space. You know what they did to us in the last election. If the opposition is united then there will be a good atmosphere and this is our opinion.
Targeting the BJP, Nitish Kumar said that the way efforts are being made to run the government nowadays, then you see what work is being done, what development projects are being done. Everything is becoming one-sided and gradually efforts are being made to weaken the regional parties.
He said that I have neither any desire nor any aspiration to become the Prime Minister. I wish that if the opposition gathers more and more, then all will be better, for which we will cooperate. I have no claim to be the Prime Minister.