Ahead of the grand opposition alliance meet and seat sharing set to commence, the party workers of ruling JDU have gathered outside the CM House in Patna raising slogans that country needs a Prime Minister like Nitish Kumar, currently CM of Bihar.
But Nitish Kumar, himself has been reiterating that he has no ambition for such a post and is happy keeping the opposition united and against the formidable BJP.
This sloganeering comes days after Nitish Kumar met Prime Minister Modi at the dinner hosted by President of India, Draupadi Murmu, for the G 20 leaders.
Both Modi and Nitish Kumar met quite warmly holding each others hands which triggered talks on social media that the JDU leader could be planning to switch sides once more. But so far no concrete signal has been sent in this regard.
It all boils down to seat sharing for the Parliamentary election in Bihar. While Nitish Kumar currently heads a coalition of seven political parties in Bihar, the regional parties would be desirous that Congress concedes more seats to them to keep them in the alliance.