Mumbai: Bihar's decision Janata Dal-United will hold a rally in Mumbai on Saturday to stamp its attack into Maharashtra governmental issues, where Chief Minister and gathering boss Nitish Kumar will be a key speaker.
A month ago, Patil's Lok Bharti Party converged with the JD-U, preparing for the last to set up base in Maharashtra after Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Gujarat, Karnataka, and Kerala.
Post-merger, Patil and other key JD-U pioneers attempted a voyage through Maharashtra from April 10, led gatherings with social specialists, free or gathering associated political pioneers, and work and union pioneers.
"A few noticeable people and associations have chosen to back Nitish Kumar's administration, including some conspicuous managing an account unions, offshoots and the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation Mazdoor Union, the BEST Kamgar Union, the Mumbai Autorickshaw and Taximen's Union," Patil told IANS.
He said the JD-U's development is against the scenery to extend the 66-year old Bihar Chief Minister as prime pastoral competitor in the 2019 Lok Sabha races.
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