Former Bihar CM Manjhi to meet Sonia Gandhi, Grand Alliance in trouble
Before the assembly elections in Bihar, there are signs of disintegration in the opposition grand alliance.
Patna: Before the assembly elections in Bihar, there are signs of disintegration in the opposition grand alliance. The national president and former chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, who is part of the alliance, has openly praised Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and sparked new speculation in political circles. Along with this, Manjhi has given an ultimatum till June 25 regarding the formation of the coordination committee in this alliance. He said that after that we will be free to take our decision.
Jitan Ram Manjhi can return home:
Former Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi announced on Monday that he would take a big decision if the RJD did not form a co-ordination committee by June 25. Now in the meanwhile, the discussion has intensified in the political corridor of Bihar that Jitan Ram Manjhi can return home. He may merge his party Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) in JDU.
Manjhi is angry at the non-constitution committee in the grand alliance yet. He said that unilateral decisions cannot be taken in the coalition. Therefore it is necessary to constitute a coordination committee. Now he has given an ultimatum in clear terms about the formation of the coordination committee.
He has set a deadline of 25 June for the formation of the coordination committee. He said that if the Grand Alliance's coordination committee is not formed by June 25, they will be free to take any decision at their level.
After this news, The political alliance in Bihar is at risk and politicians trying to secure the relations.