‘Ek Nischay, ek Nitish’ posters hint at rift in INDIA bloc over Opposition’s PM’s face?

Ahead of the Opposition’s INDIA bloc crucial meeting in Delhi, posters featuring Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar were put up in Patna projecting him as the key leader of the grouping.

The posters in support of CM Nitish Kumar read, “Agar sach mein jeet chahiye toh fir ek Nischay aur ek Nitish chahiye (If victory is the objective, then we need to resolve and Nitish.”

 

Earlier on Monday, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said the INDIA bloc’s prime ministerial candidate will be decided after the 2024 general elections as she expressed confidence that the alliance will iron out all issues including over seat-sharing and defeat the BJP.

INDIA bloc fourth meeting today

INDIA bloc will come together for its fourth meeting on Tuesday. Seat-sharing for next year’s Lok Sabha elections is likely to figure prominently in the discussions at the huddle, according to sources.

INDIA bloc meeting: Seat-sharing, other issues 

Ahead of the meeting of the Opposition alliance, Aam Aadmi Party leader Atishi on Tuesday, said crucial aspects such as seat-sharing and other issues are likely to figure in the discussions at the huddle.

Seat sharing for the Lok Sabha polls, which are just four months away, is likely to be at the top of the agenda for the next INDIA bloc meeting and will be crucial for the Congress, especially after its poll drubbing in the heartland states of Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh.

The inaugural meeting of the combined Opposition was convened in Patna on June 23, at the initiative of Nitish, while the second was hosted in Bengaluru on July 17-18.

-With agency inputs

The summary of the given text is as follows:

Posters featuring Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as the key leader of the Opposition’s INDIA bloc were put up in Patna ahead of their crucial meeting in Delhi. The posters read, “Agar sach mein jeet chahiye toh fir ek Nischay aur ek Nitish chahiye” (If victory is the objective, then we need to resolve and Nitish). Meanwhile, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee stated that the prime ministerial candidate for the INDIA bloc will be decided after the 2024 general elections. The INDIA bloc is set to hold its fourth meeting, where seat-sharing for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections is expected to be discussed. Seat-sharing and other important issues are likely to be on the agenda for the meeting. The Congress party’s performance in recent state elections adds significance to the discussion on seat-sharing. The previous meetings of the Opposition alliance were held in Patna and Bengaluru.

As for the current context of “‘Ek Nischay, ek Nitish’ posters hint at rift in INDIA bloc over Opposition’s PM’s face,” it suggests a potential divide within the INDIA bloc regarding the choice of the opposition’s prime ministerial candidate. The posters projecting Nitish Kumar as the key leader may indicate conflicting opinions within the alliance. However, the exact nature of the rift or its impact on the alliance’s decision-making process is not explicitly mentioned in the given text.

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