20 Jul 2023

Bengaluru Opposition Meeting: What Happened In Meeting Against Wishes Of Nitish Kumar?

The BJP claims that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar got angry during the meeting of opposition parties in Bengaluru on Tuesday and hence was not present in the post-meeting press conference. Now the question is what happened in meeting which was against the wishes of Nitish? Or rather did anything really happen against his wishes? 

On the one hand, the family of united opposition is getting bigger, on the other hand, the news of the alleged displeasure of the leaders is also making headlines.

Earlier, after the meeting held in Patna, the leaders of the Aam Aadmi Party were not present during the interaction with the journalists.

Is Nitish Kumar's absence really a sign of resentment?

Nitish Kumar clarified on this on Wednesday. He said, “Why would I be angry? And what does BJP have to do with this meeting? People talk in different ways, there is nothing special in it. We had told in the meeting that we would be leaving early.".

Rajeev Ranjan alias Lalan Singh, president of Nitish's party Janata Dal United, has called it a propaganda.

According to some political analysts, there is no reason for Nitish to be angry. It is being claimed that Nitish was angry as he was not made convener of the new coalition. Analysts said convener is not such a big post, secondly no one else has been made convenor yet, so it is not possible for Nitish Kumar to get angry.

If you see the pictures of the meeting, then Nitish was given a place in the middle and he has been considered as the central leader of this meeting.


'Nitish  was initially a little uncomfortable with name INDIA'


CPI ML General Secretary Dipankar Bhattacharya, who was present in the meeting, said, “Kejriwal had left early during the Patna meeting, at that time he was definitely a little angry. But this is not the case with Nitish Kumar. Not only Nitish but Lalu Prasad Yadav and Tejashwi had also left early as they had a return flight.”

According to Dipankar Bhattacharya, Nitish Kumar was initially a little uncomfortable with the name 'India' only, he felt that it was a non-traditional name, it could cause problems in connecting with people. He also felt that it is a name similar to NDA. But it was not a big issue.

Dipankar Bhattacharya has claimed that Nitish Kumar never appeared to be angry.

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