Nitish had on Sunday met
In fact, on Sunday, CM Nitish Kumar visited flood affected Alinagar block of Darbhanga district. At the same time, they reached the house of senior RJD leader Abdul Siddiq of Rupospur. The two leaders had interacted for a while. After this, different kinds of things started in Bihar's politics. The reason for this is that there are two major RJD leaders in Mithilanchal. A former Union Minister Mohammad Ali Ashraf Fatami and other Siddiqui. Of these, Fatami has already announced to go with Nitish in an outrage with not getting ticket in the Lok Sabha elections. Therefore, it was assumed that in the Mithilanchal, two big Muslim leaders of RJD have decided to shake the party?
What did we say?
Nitish-Siddiqui met with the statement of the Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, the Chief of Hindustani Awam Morcha, the Alliance of RJD. He said that politics is a game of prospects in which nothing is impossible. However, he had also added a line that the Chief Minister should not have any other means of going to Siddique's house.
What did Rabdi say?
Bihar's former Chief Minister and RJD leader Rabri Devi has responded to the meeting of Abdul Bari Siddiqui and Nitish Kumar, saying that his party is united and nobody can meet anyone. He has expressed confidence that there is no attempt to break his party and the RJD was strong before and still strong. At the same time, he said, on the meeting of Nitish from Siddiq that the Chief Minister had gone on a tour of the flood affected area, there is a flood in Siddiqui village also, so he went there too, there is no other thing in it.
Bihar assembly constituency
However, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is not even willing to give more Nitish-Siddiqui meeting. According to media reports, senior BJP leader and MP CP Thakur could not find any unusual thing in this meeting. Let me tell you that JDU has 71 MLAs, BJP has 53 MLAs and LJP has 2 MLAs in the ruling coalition. While the largest party RJD has 80 MLAs and the Congress has 27 MLAs.