Lok Sabha Election 2023: ‘Lok Sabha elections can be held at any time’, after Mamta Banerjee and MK Stalin, now Nitish Kumar claims

Nitish Kumar On Lok Sabha Election: Before the meeting of the opposition coalition India (INDIA) on August 31 and September 1, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar expressed the possibility of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections ahead of time. Is. By the way, this is not the first time, when any leader of the opposition parties has expressed the possibility of holding the Lok Sabha elections ahead of time. Earlier West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee and DMK President MK Stalin have also made similar claims.

Talking to the media, the JDU leader said, "…Elections (2024 Lok Sabha) can be held any time. It is not necessary that they be on time." They said, "Personally, I do not aspire for any position.  Our job is to include more and more opposition parties."

BJP-Mamta can hold elections in December-January
Mamata Banerjee had claimed on Monday (August 28), "Can’t trust BJP. She can get elections done in December or January. The BJP has also removed the CJI from the committee to select the Election Commissioner of India."

MK Stalin’s claim
At the same time, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin also made a similar claim in June this year, saying, "Karnataka assembly elections BJP after losing next year Lok Sabha elections can be held ahead of time."

When will the opposition parties meet?
The third meeting of the Opposition Alliance India will be held on August 31 and September 1 in Mumbai. There will be discussion on minimum common program and seat sharing in the meeting. About 80 leaders of the opposition will attend the meeting. In the meeting, the opposition parties will also prepare a roadmap for the future strategy.

Apart from this, the name of the coordinator of the alliance, the joint election meetings of the alliance, the manifesto and logo of the alliance, the coordination committee of the alliance were also decided in the meeting. can be.

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