Nitish: No ambition to be PM, will lead efforts to unite Oppn for ’24 | Patna News
“I cross my arms to say this: I have no ambitions for the position of Prime Minister. If someone asks me this question, I merely give my pranam to that person. My duty is to work for everyone and I will work to see that all the Opposition parties walk and work together,” Nitish said when asked about being seen as the face of prime minister. of the opposition party in the 2024 general election.
Many experts have predicted that Nitish will now play a larger role in national politics and could be the vanguard for the position of Prime Minister, especially with the famous charting of Bengali Prime Minister Mamata Banerjee fell after the arrests of two of her close aides, Partha Chatterjee and Anubrata Mandal. On the other hand, Telangana prime minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has so far failed to garner support to form a united front against BJP.
Analysts say Nitish is now looking for this opportunity to advance efforts to unite opposition parties at the national level.
“I am doing active work. Many people (leaders) from different states are calling me. First, I will work for Bihar, then the unification of the National Opposition. I wish it all come together (against the leadership of BJP NDA),,” said Nitish, who recently severed ties with the BJP.
Nitish, the de facto leader of JD (U), answered questions after tying a rakhi to a tree Raksha Bandhan at Rajdhani Vatika here. The state government regards Raksha Bandhan as “Vriksha Raksha Diwas”, a tradition started by Nitish a few years ago.
When asked about concerns that CBI and EDbeing are being abused against leaders of the new government in Bihar, Nitish said, “Even as the habit of abusing central authorities has developed, users have such misdirection is still being closely watched by the public and, after viewing such things, the public will make its own decision at the appropriate time. ”
I am doing active work. Many people (leaders) from different states are calling me. First, I will work for Bihar, then the unification of the National Opposition. I wish it all came together (against the BJP-led NDA)