Nitish Kumar can also visit other states to strengthen opposition unity.

New Delhi:

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is visiting Delhi today, which will be of three days.

Nitish Kumar is visiting this as part of the campaign to unite the opposition and during this he is going to meet the leaders of many opposition parties.

Important information related to the case:

  • Last month,


    left the BJP and formed a new government of grand alliance in the state by forming an alliance with parties like RJD and Congress.

    Nitish Kumar is coming to Delhi for the first time after breaking ties with BJP.

  • It is expected that he will reach Delhi by Monday evening.

    During the three-day tour, Nitish Kumar can meet opposition leaders like Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Sharad Pawar.

  • There is a possibility that Nitish Kumar and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi may meet on 6 September.

    Along with this, he can also meet the chief of the Aam Aadmi Party, Arvind Kejriwal.

  • This meeting of Nitish Kumar was earlier to be with Congress President Sonia Gandhi.

    But due to the death of her mother, Sonia Gandhi is not in the country.

  • Before coming to Delhi, Nitish Kumar has made it clear that his efforts will be to forget the differences and strengthen the opposition unity.

  • Earlier, Telangana Chief Minister KCR had met Nitish Kumar in Patna and said that now the country needs to be freed from BJP. 

  • It is being said that Nitish Kumar can also visit other states to strengthen the opposition unity.

  • Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday took a jibe at the BJP, saying those "with it" are "virtuous" and those who speak against its policies are "corrupt". '

  • On the other hand, BJP on Sunday termed as ridiculous Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's claim that a united opposition could cover the Bharatiya Janata Party in just 50 seats in the Lok Sabha elections.

  • BJP state president Sanjay Jaiswal made fun of top leader of Janata Dal United (JDU) Nitiya Kumar and said, "There is no need to take him seriously now and the public is not taking him."