Opposition Party Meeting in Patna starts poster war

The Opposition Party Meeting in Patna is aimed at gathering the Opposition parties to fight together against the BJP in the upcoming Parliamentary Elections scheduled next year in 2024. The meeting, also termed the Mahagathbandhan, is scheduled for Friday, 23rd June 2023. The Mahagathbandhan administration is chaired by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who has been trying to unite all the regional and national parties to put up a United Opposition face under a single umbrella.

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Opposition Party Meeting– Infighting begins

The Opposition Party Meeting scheduled on Friday, 23rd June 2023 happens to be the very first one as leaders from different states who oppose the BJP regime gathered in Patna. However, even before the onset of the meeting, a war of words emerged between the JD(U) and AAP.

The tussle broke out due to the posters in New Delhi portrayed Arvind Kejriwal as the prospective pm candidate, while the same in Bihar showed the CM Nitish Kumar together with Narendra Modi in a poster, referring to Nitish Kumar’s party as the B team of BJP.  “There is neither expectation nor trust. The citizens of India should be alert. This is Nitish Kumar, a close aide of PM Modi,” the poster read.

Opposition Party Meeting – Poster war divides the Mahagathbandhan

As per the latest news, In response to the poster war that ensued in Patna and Delhi, BJP was quick to mock the opposition calling them the “Thugs of India” in a new poster that featured opposition leaders from the states like M K Stalin, Tejasvi Yadav, Rahul Gandhi, Uddhav Thackeray, Mamata Banerjee and Nitish Kumar among others. The poster was inscribed with words that read, “The grand meeting of the parties engrossed in dynasty politics and corruption.”

It is being heard from reliable sources that AAP supremo, Arvind Kejriwal is planning to walk out from the meeting if the Congress does not promise its support against the Centre’s ordinance on the control of administrative services in Delhi.


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