Nitish Kumar believes that a united opposition can beat the BJP.

Nitish Kumar urged all opposition parties to work on a single platform . Nitish Kumar said defeating BJP would be feasible if they all united .

PATNA (PATNA) Chief Minister Nitish Kumar urged all opposition parties in the country to work on a single platform on Sunday, making Mission 2024 his highest priority.Nitish said defeating BJP would be feasible if they all united at a function held in Haryanas Fatehabad.Despite the fact that the function was held to commemorate the 109th anniversary of former deputy Prime Minister Devi Lal's birth, it turned out to be a demonstration of opposition unity.Prominent leaders such as NCP chief Sharad Pawar, CPIM general secretary Sitaram Yechury, RJD leader Tejashwi Prasad Yadav, SAD chief Sukhbir Singh Badal, and Shiv Sena leader Arvind Sawant all shared the dais and emphasized the need for opposition unity.

Nitish Kumar, who charges the BJP for doing no good, said that the only thing they were doing now was to create communal inequalities in the society in order to win elections.Need of the day, primary Oppn front, not third front, NitishNitish says, They are trying to create tensions between Hindus and Muslims in order to divide the public's votes and win elections.Nitish said that since the division took place, a significant number of Muslims decided to remain here rather than travel to Pakistan.Desh jab do hisse me bata to kya sare Muslims Pakistan chale gaye Jitna Pakistan me nahin, utna Bharat me rah gaye!

Instead of wasting time on a third front, Bihar's CM also called for the Main Front.Nitish said that if we win elections, our government will work to improve the nation's economy.The JD(U) leader reiterated that he didn't have any personal aspiration but rather wanted to see the country go forward.Bihar deputy CM Tejashwi urged the opposition leaders to display the same courage as Nitish, who opted out of the BJP-led alliance to join hands with the Grand Alliance last month.

Tejashwi said, 'Want to give up, put up a brave fight.'The BJP isn't going to stand on its feet now, he said, because the NDA does not exist anymore.Shiv Sena, JD(U) and SAD all left the NDA, he said.He also wondered how the BJP had indulged in creating divisions in the society in the name of Hindu-Muslims, MandirMasjid, and Pakistan-Hindustan.

He said, Si darega so marega; jo ladega wo jitega.

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