On the meeting of BJP leaders with Upendra Kushwaha in AIIMS, CM Nitish Kumar said, ‘Don’t know what he wants’

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Three leaders of Bihar BJP on Friday met Janata Dal United’s parliamentary board president Upendra Kushwaha at AIIMS in Delhi. A day after Kushwaha’s meeting with BJP leaders, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that he does not know what Upendra Kushwaha wants?

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Speaking on the news of Upendra Kushwaha’s growing closeness with BJP, Nitish Kumar said “Please ask Upendra Kushwaha to talk to me. He has given us a lot of time, I don’t know what he wants? I was not in Patna, so I do not know about it. He is currently unwell, I will meet him and discuss it.”

Bihar BJP leader Prem Ranjan Patel shared a picture from Delhi AIIMS where he met Upendra Kushwaha along with other party leaders Sanjay Singh and Yogendra Paswan.

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Please tell that senior JDU leader Upendra Kushwaha has been admitted to Delhi AIIMS for routine checkup.

The news of Upendra Kushwaha being unhappy with Nitish Kumar’s party has come to the fore two years after his Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP) merged with JDU. He was elected to the Legislative Council after the merger with JDU.

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According to reports, Upendra Kushwaha was unhappy with CM Nitish Kumar as he had recently said that no other leader other than Tejashwi Yadav would be the Deputy Chief Minister.

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Last week, Upendra Kushwaha attacked JDU’s ally Rashtriya Janata Dal and accused the party of furthering BJP’s agenda. Kushwaha said, “Bihar Education Minister Chandrashekhar and his statements made in the last few days seem to be purely based on BJP’s agenda. Because if you discuss such topics, then only BJP will be favoured, everyone knows this.”

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