Nitish Kumar Meets PM Modi, Day After Skipping Sonia Gandhi’s Invite
Nitish Kumar attended the luncheon hosted by PM Modi for the Prime Minister of Mauritius
The chief minister of Bihar, a member of Congress, Sonia Gandhi skipped lunch
Mover adds that M. Kumar could consider political realignment
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, who sent remorse and a lunch representative Congressional chairman Sonia Gandhi by the opposition leaders announced yesterday’s commitments, arrived in Delhi one day late for lunch with the prime minister Narendra Modi today. The Prime Minister of Modi organized a luncheon in honor of Mauritian Prime Minister Anerood Jugnauth and invited senior leaders such as M. Kumar.
Rejecting any conversation about a political realignment, he said after the meeting “When a CM meets the prime minister, you all political analysis.” This meeting was in honor of the Prime Minister of Mauritius and I have the honor to meet PM to put Highlight the problems of the state. ”
The chief minister of Bihar who declined the invitation for Gandhi lunch – designed as an opposition unit show the day the Modi government 3 years – did raise eyebrows. His yes to PM Modi triggered a massive political buzz. Sometimes Congress trying to bring opposition parties on a common platform to test the ground for a possible alliance parties to take on the BJP in the national elections in 2019 when PM Modi will seek a second term.
M. Kumar said today that the opposition is united as to the presidential election. “We have an alliance with the RJD and Congress and we go to the government. We met with Sonia Gandhi in April and discussed the unity of the opposition, the presidential elections,” he said.
Nitish Kumar said after a cabinet meeting on Friday night that he requested a separate meeting with the prime minister on Saturday to discuss the déshilation of the Ganges River. The leaders of the Janata Dal Unidas have said that little should be read in their response to the two invitations for lunch.
M. Kumar has for years been a friendly political rival prime minister and ended his alliance of nearly two decades with the BJP during his rise in his party. In recent days, he has not responded to the reputation of being critical of PM Modi.
When all opposition parties denounced the prime minister’s demonetization of the movement last year as a reform that has punished the poor, M. Kumar stands out for his enthusiastic support for the banning of the notes, coinciding with PM Modi to counteract Black money and corruption.
Last week joy was celebrated in place of the prime minister when the prime minister was appointed in 2019. He said he did not have “aspiration or ability”, adding that “the person in which people would see the potential will become The Prime Minister.People saw the potential of Narendra Modi in the last election, he became prime minister. ”
The President of the Government has responded sometimes in kind, as when the implementation of M. Kumar’s ban on alcohol in Bihar was completed.
For months, it was speculated that M. Kumar might consider a political realignment with BJP, although he assured his allies Lalu Yadav and Congress that he was unwilling to end his association built to defeat the BJP in the assembly elections In the state two years ago.