‘Desh ka neta kaisa ho Nitish Kumar jaisa ho…’: JD(U) staff elevate slogans projecting Nitish as ‘future PM’

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oi-Madhuri Adnal

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New
Delhi,
Sep
03:

”Desh
ka
neta
kaisa
ho
Nitish
Kumar
jaisa
ho” was
the
slogan
that
hire
the
air,
and
summed
up
the
sentiment,
at
the
JD(U)’s
Bihar
headquarters
right here
forward
of
the
celebration’s
nationwide
government
assembly
scheduled
on
Saturday.

The
chief
minister
visited
the
Birchand
Patel
Marg
workplace
on
Friday
to
take
inventory
of
the
preparations
for
the
assembly,
which
would
be
attended
by
JD(U)
workplace
bearers
from
throughout
the
nation
and
would
be
adopted,
a
day
later,
by
a
assembly
of
the
nationwide
council,
the
apex
physique
of
the
celebration.

Desh ka neta kaisa ho Nitish Kumar jaisa ho...: JD(U) workers raise slogans projecting Nitish as future PM

The
septuagenarian
was
modesty
personified
when
he
responded
to
the
chants
with
folded
palms
and
requested
journalists
not
to
embarrass
him
with
questions
about
his
being
in
the
race
for
prime
ministership.

Nevertheless,
banners
put
up
at
the
JD(U)
workplace
bore
slogans
that
despatched
throughout
the
message
loud
and
clear
that
the
celebration
anticipated
its
de
facto
chief
to
play
a
”nationwide
position”.

”Pradesh
mein
dikha,
desh
mein
dikhega”
(it
has
been
seen
in
the
state,
now
it
will
be
seen
throughout
the
nation),
”aagaz
hua,
badlaav
hoga”
(a
starting
has
been
made,
change
will
observe)
are
a
couple
of
slogans
indicative
of
the
buoyancy
in
the
celebration
since
Kumar
bit
the
bullet
and
walked
out
of
the
shadow
of
a
domineering
BJP.

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in
kidnapping
case

There
had been
some
extra,
which
sought
to
assault
Prime
Minister
Narendra
Modi’s
management
extra
viscerally.
”Jumla
nahin,
haqeeqat” and
”mann
ki
nahin,
kaam
ki”
have a tendency
to
get
misplaced
in
translation
although
the
import
was
not
misplaced
on
politically
savvy
folks
of
the
state.

”On
the
one
hand,
we
have
a
management
that
gives
outlandish
guarantees
of
ache
din
(higher
days),
two
lakh
jobs
per
12 months
and
Rs
15
lakh
into
each
financial institution
account
which
are
later
dismissed
by
the
then
president
of
the
very
celebration
as
a
jumla
(rhetoric).
On
the
different
hand,
we
have
Nitish
Kumar
who
has
walked
the
discuss,
be
it
on
prohibition
or
on
rural
electrification,”
Rajiv
Ranjan
Prasad,
nationwide
secretary
of
the
JD(U),
instructed
PTI.

”The
current
growth
in
Bihar
has
set
the
tone
for
a
political
change
nationally.
The
conferences
of
Saturday
and
Sunday
will
come
out
with
a
roadmap
that
would
underscore
the
position
to
be
performed
by
Janata
Dal
(United)
in
this
backdrop,”
mentioned
Prasad.

The
agenda
would
additionally
embody
organisational
polls
and
a
contemporary
membership
drive,
although
”nationwide
position
for
Nitish”
is
possible
to
dominate
the
narrative.

Though
not
claiming
to
be
not
eager
on
the
prime
submit,
Kumar
has
nonetheless
made
it
clear
that
he
was
critical
about
fostering
opposition
unity
and
was
telephonically
in
contact
with
many
anti-BJP
gamers.

The
Left
has
acknowledged
that
with
5
many years
of
political
expertise
behind
him,
Kumar
will
play
an
essential
position
in
forging
a
united
entrance
to
problem
the
BJP
juggernaut.

He
has
additionally
acquired
thumbs
up
from
regional
gamers
such
as
Okay
Chandrasekhara
Rao
who
visited
Patna
a
few
days
in the past
and
hailed
his
Bihar
counterpart
as
”one
of
the
finest
and
senior-most
leaders”
in
the
nation.

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MLAs
from
JD(U)
be a part of
BJP
in
Manipur

At
a
press
convention
he
addressed
collectively
with
KCR,
the
JD(U)
chief
had
mentioned
he
would
be
aiming
at
cobbling
collectively
”not
a
so-called
third
entrance,
however
the
primary
entrance”.

Curiously,
one
of
the
slogans
doing
the
rounds
for
Kumar
at
the
JD(U)
workplace
is
”raja
nahin
fakir
hai,
desh
ki
taqdeer
hai”.

Eager
observers
of
Indian
politics
could
recall
the
slogan,
which
grew to become
fashionable
when
VP
Singh
was
locked
in
a
David
versus
Goliath
battle
with
the
Congress.
It
stays
to
be
seen
how
far
the
similarities
with
the
bygone
period
go.

Story first printed: Saturday, September 3, 2022, 9:44 [IST]

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