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"OK, we will remove (them). How often do I have to say this?" Lalu yadav

Nitish and Lalu will meet Sonia Gandhi on Sunday night, his child and Bihar vice president serve Tejashwi Yadav told correspondents. "Nitish Kumar and I will meet Sonia Gandhi. We are putting forth all attempts to join the resistance," Lalu underlined. Inquired as to whether their union would have the option to stir things up around town's fortunes in the 2024 public decisions, the RJD boss said: "OK, we will remove (them). How often do I have to say this?"

A day before he meets Sonia Gandhi amid attempts of opposition unity, Lalu Prasad Yadav on Saturday responded to Amit Shah’s attacks on him and ally Nitish Kumar. Union home minister Amit Shah - in his first rally in Bihar on Friday after the BJP-JD(U) break-up - had hit out at the Bihar chief minister for “backstabbing” his party. “Can he become the prime minister like this?” Shah had asked amid a spate of strong remarks, stressing that Bihar has been witnessing the return of “Jungle Raj” (rule of the forest) ever since the Grand Alliance returned.

Opposition parties have been trying to forge an alliance ahead of the next Lok Sabha polls. In his last Delhi visit, Nitish Kumar had insisted: "We don't want to be the third front. We have to be the main front." He has also repeatedly dismissed speculation on considering to run for prime minister's post in 2024.

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