In an early jolt to former Haryana Chief Minister and INLD supremo Om Prakash Chautala’s try to shape a 3rd entrance, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has expressed his lack of ability to wait the beginning anniversary serve as of former deputy PM Chaudhary Devi Lal on September 25.
The former Haryana CM had invited JD(S) supremo Deve Gowda, SP patron Mulayam Singh Yadav, and TMC leader and West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, amongst others for the development in Jind which was once being thought to be as an preliminary step to sew up a 3rd entrance.
Nitish Kumar set hypothesis rife about his political transfer along with his assembly with Chautala in August. The JD(U) additionally just lately handed a answer at its nationwide council assembly about Nitish “possessing all the qualities a PM should have”. The Bihar CM previous broke ranks with NDA at the Pegasus spy ware controversy and caste census.
The JD(U) will ship its nationwide spokesperson KC Tyagi to wait the serve as in Jind, mentioned JD(U) nationwide president Rajiv Ranjan Singh, often referred to as Lalan Singh, on Saturday. He mentioned Chautala has been knowledgeable of the birthday party’s choice.
“Nitish Kumar shared a very warm relationship with former PM Chaudhary Devi Lal and got his affection. The Bihar CM attended several functions organised by the former deputy PM’s family… But Nitish Kumar would not be able to attend the Jind function because of preparations in apprehension of a third Covid wave, spurt of a new disease among children, and floods. Nitish Kumar will not leave Bihar. If required urgently, he can go to Delhi but not beyond,” he informed journalists.
JD(U) resources in Patna, on the other hand, mentioned Nitish Kumar “might not be very comfortable with the idea of Chautala floating a third front and talking overtly about it at such an early stage”.
“We are very much part of the NDA and are running a coalition government. Any unnecessary political posturing from Jind can be avoided,” mentioned a JD (U) supply.
A BJP chief mentioned, “It has been part of Nitish Kumar’s politics to first launch an offensive against ally BJP and then go into a shell. He has been very good at playing twin-track politics in his bid to pressure BJP.” The BJP chief mentioned Nitish Kumar’s choice may neatly need to do one thing with “some counter-posturing from BJP”.