Bihar News: During the meeting of the opposition parties, the number one leader of the Congress kept a fast of silence on your point. Arvind Kejriwal did not come in front of the media after a one-sided dispute-like situation. Rahul came. While leaving, the atmosphere became lighter because of this.
In the meeting of political parties gathered in Patna against the Bharatiya Janata Party government at the Center led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the number one leader of the Congress spent most of the time listening to the rest of the leaders. Said very little. Even when he came in front of the media, he remained very balanced. His silence during the meeting was seen as a tussle with AAP, however later the atmosphere became lighter when he agreed to one thing in front of the media.
Avoided talking about beard, but could not avoid it
When Rahul Gandhi came in front of the media, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar asked him to speak after him. He pointed towards Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge. Kharge completed his talk, then Rahul spoke. But, nothing different happened at that time. The matter came to an end, when RJD President Lalu Prasad came before the media to say the closing words. He asked Rahul Gandhi to remove or cut his beard. It was said that Nitish ji is also of the opinion that it should be shortened. On this, Rahul kept smiling softly. But, when Lalu decided to marry, he replied. Lalu said that get married, have to go to the wedding procession. On this, Rahul Gandhi said – “Will make sure, you are speaking.” Lalu did not stop even then, made people laugh with the conversation regarding Rahul Gandhi’s marriage with Sonia Gandhi. After this laughter, suddenly all the leaders got up without answering the questions of the media.
Rahul Gandhi overstayed
Congress’s number one leader Rahul Gandhi reached Patna at around 10 am on Friday. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar himself went to the airport to welcome him. From there, Rahul went to Sadakat Ashram via Bailey Road, Boring Canal Road. Addressed the Congressmen there and also reached the Chief Minister’s residence for the meeting on time. He was told to leave at 2:30 and be back in Delhi by 4. But, due to the departure of both AAP CMs Arvind Kejriwal and Bhagwant Mann, RJD President Lalu Prasad, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar along with other leaders also asked him to be available during media interaction and he stayed.