PM Post For 2024 Not Vacant: Giriraj Singh

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PM Post For 2024 Not Vacant: Giriraj Singh

| Updated: April 14, 2023 11:29

Union Minister Giriraj Singh took a jibe at Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar after the veteran socialist met with opposition leaders in the national capital on Wednesday, Singh said on Thursday that the PM post for 2024 is not vacant.

Asserting that the Prime Minister’s job will remain with BJP leader Narendra Modi even after the general elections slated for next year.

Addressing the event in Patna, Singh claimed the country is scaling new heights under PM Modi’s leadership. Everyone wants to become the Prime Minister. 

Singh’s comments came after Kumar and his deputy Tejashwi Yadav met with AICC president Mallikarjun Kharge and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in an effort to forge an alliance of opposition parties to take on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Kumar also met Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal after the meeting with Congress leaders.

Without naming Nitish Kumar, Singh criticized those indulging in appeasement politics, saying that they cannot think of providing employment to the people. He listed the achievements of the current BJP-led central government, including the development of micro, small, and medium enterprises that would generate large numbers of jobs and help make India a mighty nation.

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