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JDU-RJD: Allies with no mutual trust?

New Delhi: Lalu Prasad’s party Rashtriya Janata Dal and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s JDU are not of the same opinion on the post of Chief Minister in Bihar. Nitish Kumar said recently that Tejashwi Yadav will lead the Grand Alliance in 2025. Nitish had said this in front of RJD leader and Deputy Chief Minister of the state Tejashwi Yadav but Tejashwi or his party did not react to it. Even before this, Nitish Kumar had said that Tejashwi will take care of the development work of Bihar. At first glance, it appears to be Nitish’s goodwill towards Tejashwi, but RJD leaders are seeing it as a strategy to postpone Tejashwi’s coronation for three more years.

RJD leaders want Nitish Kumar to leave the post of Chief Minister now and get involved in the strategy of 2024 general elections. RJD state president Jagdanand Singh has said in very clear words that one has to give up small things to achieve big things. What he meant to say was that in order to become the Prime Minister, Nitish Kumar should leave the post of Chief Minister. Other RJD leaders also said that if Nitish has to become a contender for the post of Prime Minister of the united opposition, then he should hand over the command of the state to Tejashwi and work for coordination with the opposition parties across the country.

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