Nitish Kumar hints at NDA's rally in Patna ahead of Lok Sabha polls in March, claims Narendra Modi will participate
Nitish Kumar: 'I have also heard that NDA may hold a rally here in Patna in which the prime minister is also expected to participate.'
While addressing a press-conference in Patna, Nitish Kumar, on Monday indicated that NDA may hold a rally at Patna
Meanwhile, Congress will hold a massive Jan Akansha rally in Patna's Gandhi Maiden on 3 February
Congress president Rahul Gandhi will participate and host the allies
Patna (Bihar): Ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, the National Democratic Party (NDA) is likely to hold a massive rally at Patna in the first week of March.
While addressing a press-conference in Patna, Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, on Monday indicated that NDA may hold a rally at Patna in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to participate.
"I have also heard that NDA may hold a rally here in Patna in which the prime minister is also expected to participate," said Kumar.
Meanwhile, Congress will hold a massive Jan Akansha rally in Patna's Gandhi Maiden on 3 February in which Congress president Rahul Gandhi will participate and host the allies.
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Former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar, Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Akhilesh Yadav, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu were among others who attended the rally.
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