From “Nitish Sabke Hain (Nitish is of all)” in 2020, “Nyay Ke Saath Vikas, Kanoon Ka Raaj (Justice and Improvement, with Organization and Order)” Until several days in the past, until now “Pradesh Mein Dikha , Desh Mein Dikhega (What has been seen within the state, will now appear within the nation)” – The modified posters in the Janata Dal (United) workplace in Patna show the ambitions of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
A day after Kumar in the presence of Telangana Chief Minister Okai Chandrachkar Rao in Patna sidestepped media questions about him being the prime minister’s face of the opposition in 2024, his encounter with new posters at her workplace in Patna stunned everyone. She addresses Prime Minister Narendra Modi and makes an offer to Kumar as the face of the opposition in the subsequent primary elections. Not a joke) “,” Man ka Nahi, Kam ki (not from ideas, but from action) “,” Aashwasan Nahi, Sushasan (Not just affirmations, whatever good governance)” and “Aagaaz Hua, Badlav Hoga (beginning is change is done) , change will happen)” New opposite logos on the labels were arranged on the JD(U) workplace on Thursday.
These new posters seem to immediately take on the Prime Minister and the BJP and promote Nitish on the national stage, with derisive phrases such as “jumla” referring to “a promise of Rs 15 lakh” in the BJP, and the Prime Minister's Mann program Ki Baat Nitish repeats Kumar’s image “Sushasan Babu.” The posters about an imminent change and good governance of Nitish that are rapidly reflecting within the nation are those that appear to be wrapping him up as an alternative to Prime Minister Modi.