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Telangana CM KCR meets Nitish Kumar in Bihar. Calling for ‘BJP Muktobharat’

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday lashed out at the center’s Narendra Modi government, criticizing excessive prachar prasar (propaganda) in addition to alleged lack of sensitivity to the state’s needs.

Kumar, who deals with the function here with his Telangana counterpart, K ​​Chandrashekhar Rao, has eclipsed the BJP, which is conducting an aggressive campaign to expand its presence in the southern states.

Your enemies have many things to say about you. They barely understand what you are made of. You were the one whose single-minded struggle led to the creation of Telangana. Kumar, the de facto leader of JD(U) said.

Rao’s teaming with the so-called ‘KCR’ is seen as an important step towards achieving unity in the opposition.

Ahead of Kumar’s speech, the KCR gave checks worth 100,000 rupees each to five state soldiers killed in a standoff with Chinese forces in Ladakh’s Galwan Valley in 2020.

Telangana CM, led by Telangana Rastra Samiti, distributed checks worth Rs 5 million each to the families of 12 migrant workers from Bihar who died in a fire in Hyderabad in March.

The way you greet a fallen soldier is exemplary. They didn’t die in your country, but they died far away. Kumar, who recently ditched the BJP to join the multi-party ‘Mahagasbandhan’ and set up a new government, said it was really generous.

In a short speech in Hindi, the KCR called Bihar the ‘land of the Kranthi’ (revolution) and said that his hometown was the land of the Godavari River, called the ‘Ganges of the South’, and that the holy river itself flowed in the Atlantic Ocean. Stated. eastern province.

In his closing remarks, Kumar expressed his anguish that Narendra Modi’s government had steadfastly rejected his plea to grant Bihar a special category of status.

“The special status may have helped us develop faster…I have now left them (BJP-led government). It used to be different because they had and dealt with.Now there is no work just for prachaar and prasaar, said Kumar, who cut ties with the Saffron Party.

All states are suffering under current arbitration. Kumar argues that the state’s share of revenue is declining.

Deputy Prime Minister Tejashwi Prasad Yadav was among those in attendance at the occasion.

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