Nitish Kumar made a big announcement in JDU national executive meeting, ‘Now we will always be with NDA’

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Let us tell you that all the party MPs, Union Ministers Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lallan Singh and Ramnath Thakur and senior leaders of Bihar and other states participated in the National Executive meeting held in Delhi.

Janata Dal United, which is leading the ruling coalition in Bihar, took several important decisions in its national executive meeting today. The biggest decision taken in the party’s national executive meeting chaired by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish and Janata Dal United (JDU) national president Nitish Kumar was that MP Sanjay Jha will be the working president of the party. Apart from this, Nitish Kumar announced before the party’s national executive that he will now always be a part of the NDA alliance. It is believed that Nitish’s announcement has put an end to the speculations under which it is often claimed that he is looking for a way to return to the NDA alliance again.

After the JDU national executive meeting, party spokesperson KC Tyagi said, “…He (CM Nitish Kumar) has announced in front of the national executive that now he will always be a part of the NDA alliance.” In response to a question, he said that we will go to the Supreme Court regarding the reservation stopped by the Bihar High Court. He also informed that Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Jha has been made the national working president. Tyagi also said that the party has demanded from the central government to give special status or special financial package to Bihar. Apart from this, he said that JD (U) has also demanded strict action against the accused in the question paper leak case and passing a strict law in Parliament to prevent irregularities in the examination.

Let us tell you that all the MPs of the party, Union Ministers Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lallan Singh and Ramnath Thakur and senior leaders of Bihar and other states attended the National Executive meeting held in Delhi. It is being told that in this meeting, along with the analysis of the recently concluded Lok Sabha elections, many important issues including the strategy for the assembly elections to be held in 2025 are being discussed.

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