Not Upset, No Desire To Take Any Post In India Bloc: Cm | Patna News – Times of India

Not Upset, No Desire To Take Any Post In India Bloc: Cm | Patna News - Times of India

Patna: Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Monday said he was neither ‘angry’ nor ‘disappointed’ over the proposal to make Congress president Mallikarjan Kharge the face of the prime minister. After that, he was reacting to the issue for the first time. India BlockDecember 19 meeting in New Delhi.
“No bro, it’s wrong, hum zara bhi naaz hai (Brother, that’s a wrong observation. I’m not angry about anything, not at all). When they suggested a person’s name. I said this. “Okay. You can choose anyone (as the face of the Prime Minister), I have no desire to take any position in the India bloc,” Nitish hit back, when reporters asked if he would. Delhi was furious after the meeting, where Kharge’s name was suggested as the prime minister’s face.
Asked if he had ‘disappointment’ or ‘disappointment’ after the Delhi meeting, where his name was not proposed as the convener of the India bloc, the JD(U) leader said, ” When the matter came up, I clearly said that I have no desire (for an oath). I just want all the anti-BJP parties to come on one platform.
The Chief Minister was responding to media queries after placing flowers at the statue of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on his birth anniversary in the state capital. Nitish admitted that he stressed the need to speed up arrangements for seat distribution among all the allies of the Hindustan bloc in the meeting.
Asked about the seat distribution exercise, RJD leader and Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Prasad Yadav, who was with the Chief Minister, came forward and asserted that it would be finalized at the appropriate time. . “There is no difficulty (there is no difficulty anywhere in the seat-sharing exercise),” said Tejashwi.
JD(U) United: Nitish
Nodding his head in agreement, Nitish also said that everything related to seat distribution and Lok Sabha elections will be finalized at the appropriate time.
Asked about BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi’s allegation that the JD(U) was heading for a split, Nitish said, “I don’t pay attention to what BJP leaders say. These days he (read Sushil Modi) talks nonsense to gain some advantage in his party. But it was to no avail. No one in my party is going anywhere. All the leaders of my party are united and working together. We are busy working for the welfare of the people of this state.
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