Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar broke the alliance with BJP and formed the government once again with RJD. But this time his target is bigger than before, while he is trying to unite the opposition for the 2024 elections, while his party is constantly telling him the candidate for the post of PM. Meanwhile, there is a big discussion on a statement of RJD leader Shivanand Tiwari, his ally in the power of Bihar. RJD’s prominent leader Shivanand Tiwari said during the party’s state council meeting recently that Nitish Kumar has been talking about training political workers by opening ashrams. That’s why we are reminding them that in 2025, open an ashram and make Tejashwi Yadav the chief minister. After that he too will accompany them to the ashram and train political workers. Now the answer to this has been given to Shivanand Tiwari by Upendra Kushwaha, chairman of the National Parliamentary Board of Janata Dal United. He said, “Baba, Nitish Kumar is not going to open the ashram yet. The prayers of crores of countrymen are with them, who want Nitish ji to continue serving the countrymen along with the people of Bihar while staying at the highest peak of power. I think if you need, then you should look for some other ashram.” Baba, @NitishKumar ji is not going to open the ashram yet. Prayers of crores of countrymen are with him, who want Nitish ji from the highest of power. Keep serving the countrymen along with the people of Bihar while staying on the top. I think if you need, then you should look for some other ashram. pic.twitter.com/fSmLT4D0sk Related News — Upendra Kushwaha (@UpendraKushJDU) September 21, Janata Dal United’s national executive meeting was held recently in 2022. In this, many goals have been set regarding the role of the party at the national level. After this Nitish Kumar traveled to Delhi and met many opposition leaders. In 2012, his party’s national president Lalan Singh had fueled the talk of Nitish Kumar contesting elections from Mirzapur or Phulpur in Uttar Pradesh in 2024. In this way, on many occasions, Janata Dal United repeatedly projects Nitish Kumar as PM. has been.