KCR had recently come to Patna and met Nitish Kumar.


Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday said that he has given Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav and his party Janata Dal (United) President Rajeev Ranjan Singh alias Lalan to Telangana Chief Minister K.

Chandrasekhar Rao has asked to participate in a program.

The top JD(U) leader, however, insisted that this would not affect their alliance with the Congress.

Telangana Chief Minister KCR sees Congress as his main rival.

Kumar, who is on a visit to Kaimur as part of his 'Samadhan Yatra', told reporters, "He (KCR) wanted me to attend his function.

When I expressed my inability to come here (in the state) citing urgent engagements, he requested me to send someone from the party for the purpose.

So I asked Lalan.

Kumar also said that KCR had asked him to talk to Tejashwi Yadav, who belongs to the RJD.

The Chief Minister of Bihar said, “I assured him that I will do so, but he should also talk to the Deputy Chief Minister.

Both (Lalan and Tejashwi) will go to Hyderabad."

The Telangana chief minister, who held a meeting of opposition leaders earlier this month, is planning another grand event in the second week of February, when a function will be held to inaugurate the new secretariat building.

There will be a public meeting after the opening ceremony.

Notably, there were many speculations about Kumar's absence in the last programme.

However, later the Chief Minister of Bihar clarified that he was neither invited nor was he in a position to go out of the state.

The JD(U) leader also rejected suggestions that KCR's closeness to a non-Congress, non-BJP front does not mean he has formed a "united opposition" to take on the ruling party in the Lok Sabha polls. Abandoned the idea, in which Congress was also involved.

Kumar said, “I have said earlier also that I am waiting for the conclusion of his (Join India) visit, after which various parties will sit together and explore the possibility of forming an alliance which takes maximum number of people together. Could."

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