After the Bihar CM meets with Aditya Thackeray, Shahnawaz Hussain says that members of the Bihar Maha Gathbandhan can make friends with anyone in order to gain power.

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar hosted a meeting with Shiv Sena leader Aditya Thackeray in Patna . The meeting was attended by Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav .

New Delhi (India), November 25: Shahnawaz Hussain, the former minister of Bihar and national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), criticized Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday for hosting a meeting with Shiv Sena leader Aditya Thackeray in Patna, which was attended by Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav.Shahnawaz Hussain fired at RJD Chief Lalu Yadav, he said, The ones who stayed one arm away from Balasaheb Thackerays Shiv Sena are now establishing a friendship with them.People in Bihar are seeing that the members of the grand alliance can compete for control in any manner.Lalu Yadav was a huge fan of Shiv Sena.They have been against Balasaheb Thackeray for years, but now they are best friends.

The RJD will be asked to show how Lalu Yadav wants to send by adding a saffron to his green flag.Lalu Yadav said earlier that he would never compromise with BJP and Shiv Sena, adding that he never did this.Responding to Richa Chaddhas' comment about the Galwan clash 2020, a BJP national spokesperson said, The Indian Army taught a lesson to China in the Galwan Valley, and their graves remain.Since then, the Indian army was praised around the world, but Richa Chaddha is following Rahul Gandhi and Congress workers in India.

Richa said in a response to the Defence Ministers' previous address that the Indian Army is prepared to take back Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), saying that all refugees will get their land and homes back.We will always be prepared for such orders when we are given them, Richa shared a note on her Twitter account and said, Galwan says hi.As soon as she tweeted this, people chastised her for allegedly insulting the army by referring to the 2020 conflict between India and China.

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