Nitish Kumar, Chief Minister of Bihar, Offered Congress to Join him to Defeat BJP in Upcoming Elections

In a recent statement, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar extended an invitation to the Congress party to join him. In a move that has stirred up the political landscape in the country, Kumar offered Congress an opportunity to fight the election together with his party. Speaking at a press conference, Kumar stated that he was eagerly waiting for Congress to take a quick decision on this matter.

Kumar went on to say that if the Congress were to join forces with his party and fight the elections together while following his leadership, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would be reduced to just 100 seats. This statement comes as a bold prediction, as the BJP currently holds a strong position in Bihar politics.

Kumar, who is also the leader of the Janata Dal (United) party, has been making efforts to strengthen his alliance ahead of the elections. The Congress, which has a significant presence in the state, has been approached by Kumar’s party in the hopes of forming a formidable opposition against the BJP.

The upcoming elections are expected to be highly contested, with all parties gearing up for a tough battle. Nitish Kumar’s statement has added further fuel to the already heated political atmosphere in the state. It remains to be seen whether the Congress will take up Kumar’s offer and join him.

As India prepares for the upcoming elections, the political landscape is rapidly changing, with alliances being formed and broken. The outcome of the elections will have a significant impact on the state’s future, and all parties are leaving no stone unturned in their quest for victory.


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