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"Aap Iske Chakkar Mein": Nitish Kumar and KCR's Press Conference video goes viral

KCR was advised by Nitish Kumar to avoid responding to queries about the opposition alliance for the 2024 Lok Sabha election and whether Nitish Kumar would serve as its prime ministerial representative.

A video of the press conference that had K Chandrasekhar Rao, the Chief Minister of Telangana, and Nitish Kumar, the CM of Bihar, on Wednesday, has gone viral. When KCR was questioned about the opposition parties' alliance for the 2024 Lok Sabha election and whether Congress will have a part in it, this happened. Nitish Kumar urged KCR to ignore questions like these as he responded to the one in the video. On stage beside him was Tejashwi Yadav, the deputy chief minister of Bihar.

"I've never seen a press conference like that. According to BJP leader Giriraj Singh, KCR insulted Nitish Kumar. On the other hand, BJP's Amit Malviya said that KCR was the one who was abused. "Did KCR travel to Patna to receive such slander? In a news conference, Nitish Kumar didn't even give him the courtesy of allowing him to finish his thought. KCR begged Nitish to let him finish, but he refused." Malviya tweeted, attaching the video. 

After the transition of power in Bihar, where Nitish Kumar sided with Congress and the RJD, which left the NDA alliance out of government,  KCR was questioned about his thoughts on Nitish Kumar running for prime minister in 2024. "Who am I to make this claim? If I mention something, someone might disagree. Why are you moving so quickly? Let's sit down and discuss this first, "said KCR. Nitish Kumar and Tejashwi got up from their seats in response to the query, possibly indicating that the news session was over. KCR told a reporter, "I'm sitting, please take a seat." 


"Why are you requesting this?" Nitish Kumar reacted when KCR was asked about Rahul Gandhi representing the combined opposition as the prime minister. As KCR started to answer the question, Nitish Kumar stepped up once more, this time asking KCR not to.


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