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Nitish Kumar met Delhi CM, said – We stand with Arvind Kejriwal

The opposition has stepped up its preparations for the Lok Sabha elections. In this episode, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar (CM Nitish Kumar) reached the residence of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday to meet him. During this meeting, Bihar Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav and party leaders Manoj Jha, Lalan Singh and Sanjay Jha were also present along with the leader of Janata Dal United (JDU). This is the second meeting of Nitish Kumar with Arvind Kejriwal in the last few weeks.

Nitish Kumar said – it is wrong to take away the powers of the elected government

After meeting Delhi CM Kejriwal, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said how the powers of the government elected by the people can be taken away. This is against the constitution. He also said that in this matter we stand firmly with Arvind Kejriwal. Regarding opposition unity, he said that we are continuously engaged in trying to bring all the opposition parties of the country together.

Kejriwal said – BJP government will end in 2024

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is also standing with us on the issue of bringing an ordinance by the central government, rejecting the Supreme Court’s decision in favor of Delhi. Also, said that if the Center presents this ordinance in the form of a bill in the Parliament, then if all the opposition parties come together, then that bill will not be passed in the Rajya Sabha. The CM said that if this happens, the message will go that the BJP government will end in 2024.

Also Read:Delhi: CM Kejriwal’s attack on the ordinance of the Center, said- a dirty joke with the people of Delhi

Last week, former Maharashtra minister and Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Aditya Thackeray also met Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal at his residence in the national capital. After this meeting, it was said that both had a detailed discussion about the current political developments in the country.

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