Later, CM KCR will participate in the afternoon lunch program at the invitation of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. On this occasion, the two leaders will discuss national politics.
JDU leader Nitish Kumar, who remained in the NDA alliance until recently, recently said goodbye to the BJP and formed the government with the RJD. ‘It’s over in Bihar. The only thing left is to remove the BJP from Delhi,” said RJD leader, Lalu Prasad Yadav’s son Tejashwi Yadav. In the wake of the latest developments, CM KCR’s visit to Bihar has gained prominence.
KCR, who has announced that he will play a key role in national politics, is meeting with the parties that come together. He has already met the leaders of Trinamool Congress (West Bengal), Samajwadi Party (Uttar Pradesh), DMK (Tamil Nadu) and Aam Aadmi Party (Delhi). Many leaders came to Hyderabad and met CM KCR. Less than two days ago, farmer leaders from 26 states had a long discussion with CM KCR at Pragathi Bhavan. He aspired to enter national politics. CM KCR has been calling everyone to work together for ‘BJP Mukt Bharat’ wherever the meeting is held for some time now.
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