KCR Meets Nitish Kumar: On the question of becoming the face of PM, KCR is silent, leaving the chair, CM Nitish Kumar stands up

Publish Date: 01 Sep, 2022 |

Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao met Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. After the meeting, both the leaders held a joint press conference. During this, both answered the questions for about 50 minutes, but as soon as the journalists started questioning the PM candidature, CM Nitish started rising from the seat.

Decision of PM candidate after discussion

During this, Nitish Kumar repeatedly told KCR that you do not fall into these questions of journalists, but KCR kept trying to put Nitish Kumar's hand in him, but Nitish Kumar was not ready to sit. Seeing all this, the people present there started laughing.

During this, KCR was asked whether a third front would be formed and who would be its prime ministerial candidate? To this he replied that we will decide the prime ministerial candidate after talking. You guys don't worry. Then another question was asked: what would be the role of Congress in this front? What will be the role of Rahul Gandhi? On this Nitish Kumar said that we have 'Main Front', what is the Third Front.

BJP targets Nitish and KCR

BJP leader and Union Minister tweeted targeting Nitish and KCR. In this, he taunted 'KCR had come to Bihar to teach Nitish ji how to make Bihar PFI free and Hindu free, like the 'Sar Tan Se Juda' program is going on in Telangana and Hyderabad. BJP MP Sushil Modi said, "These leaders are daydreaming. KCR should try to save his CM seat in Telangana in the 2023 elections. Neither KCR nor Nitish Kumar will be the chief minister till 2024. Those whose own seats are not secure are dreaming of becoming PM. Former Bihar Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi said that KCR did not accept Nitish Kumar as PM candidate. Not only this, he has directly denied Nitish's PM claim.


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