Bihar Cm Nitish Kumar meets Sonia Gandhi, calls for joint opposition candidate for Presidential election
Friday, 21 April 2017 Bihar Chief Minister and JDU chief, Nitish Kumar in a meeting with Congress President Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi yesterday, called for a joint opposition candidate for the election to the President's post. Party spokesperson K C Tyagi said, there should be a joint opposition candidate for the top Constitutional post and Sonia Gandhi being the leader of the largest opposition party should take the lead.
Mumbai, Apr 22 (ANI): Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday said that the state of Bihar has developed under his party and that they will develop the city of Mumbai as well. Nitish Kumar, while addressing his party workers during a Mumbai rally, further added that the state of Bihar has...
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