RJD, Congress Summon Party Groups Amid Speculation Of Nitish Kumar’s Shift

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Nitish Kumar Anticipated to Resume the Bihar Chief Minister Post

Speculation abound, Nitish Kumar is expected to take the oath as Bihar’s Chief Minister once more, marking his ninth term. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) stands in support, reminiscent of the 2020 election scenario. The political developments have led to a raft of administrative changes, furthering the air of anticipation. The rumor mill persists about an impending change in regime, shrouding the incumbent ‘Mahagathbandhan’ ruling coalition in uncertainty. News come from source of Reader Wall.

BJP’s Strategy Meeting Stirs Speculation

The BJP has announced a meeting of its representatives and members of legislative assemblies today, purportedly for Lok Sabha election strategy. State unit leader Samrat Choudhary played down any conjecture of a fresh alliance with Nitish Kumar. However, certain BJP leaders insinuated ongoing off-camera conversations.

Preparations are Underway for Legislative Party Session

Reports suggest Nitish Kumar has planned a legislative party session tomorrow. It’s believed that sizable transfers of district magistrates are in process throughout Bihar, occurring concurrently with whispers about an impending government change.

Signs of Infighting Between JD(U) and RJD

Evidence of a clash between Janata Dal (United) and the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) emerged when Nitish Kumar attended the Republic Day tea at Raj Bhavan solo, without his deputy Tejashwi Yadav. Subsequently, the RJD has arranged a legislators’ meeting.

Congress Indicates No Connection to Political Unrest

In the midst of political chaos, the Congress, a partner of Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal (United) in the opposition INDIA bloc, also scheduled a meeting in Purnea, yet refuted any link to the escalating political situation. The political party aims to organize the progression of Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra,’ anticipated to reach Bihar on Monday, including public gatherings in Kishanganj, Purnea, and Katihar.

Further Developments Awaited

While the Lok Sabha elections appear to be the immediate focus, insiders suggest the Bihar Assembly would not be disbanded just yet. Both the BJP and JD(U) leaders are liaising with their party members, laying the groundwork for a major revamp in Bihar’s political scene. Yet, Nitish Kumar’s return to a BJP-led NDA comes with its own complications, including nominating a speaker for the assembly and a potential cabinet rearrangement.

Politicians Keeping Cards Close

Sushil Kumar Modi, Nitish Kumar’s past deputy and a BJP leader made an enigmatic comment that “No door is closed in politics. The door can be opened if needed,” throwing another loop into the unfolding story. The former Bihar Chief Minister, Jitan Ram Manjhi, and his Hindustan Awam Morcha are also part of the political game, with the BJP courting them for a strategic alliance.

Political Chess in Bihar

Nitish Kumar’s political journey has shifted from stability and development to a cycle of unpredictable alliances and strategy changes. Once known as ‘Sushashan Babu’, his course now demonstrates the fluid dynamics of Bihar’s politics.

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