Amid growing hypotheses about Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's nationwide ambitions, some billboards have been put up outside the Janata Dal United (JDU) headquarters in the state capital Patna. One considers learning, “Pradesh mein dikha, desh mein dikhega (seen in the state, probably now seen all over the country)”. A few different posters promised “good governance” and not “jumlaabazi” (enjoy in phrases).
Kumar is talking about himself or trying to challenge himself due to facing a united opposition forward from the following Lok Sabha polls ever emerged because the JD (U) party cut ties with the BJP (NDA)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) He is joined by Rashtriya Janata Dal of Lalu Prasad Yadav (RJD) to bring the powers of the Mahagathpandan back into power. in Bihar.