Nitish Kumar led JDU passes Resolution to Join NDA

New Delhi: Nitish Kumar’s party JDU rejoined NDA four years later This big decision was taken in the JDU’s national executive meeting in Patna. Although it was already believed that Nitish Kumar would soon become part of NDA. Meanwhile, against the decision of Nitish to join the NDA, the supporters of Sharad Yadav have raged outside the house of Nitish Kumar. At the time the ruckus was taking place, the JDU meeting was going on at Nitish Kumar’s house. However, the police quickly overcome them and removed them from there.

Sharad Yadav was also called in the JDU meeting so that he could put his opinion on the coalition’s decision with the BJP, but Sharad Yadav and his colleague Anwar Ali have already said that the real JDU have them. Sharad Yadav’s closest leader is also scheduled to hold a program called Jan Court at SK Memorial Hall.

It is clear from both the meetings that there is a crack in JDU and the party is moving towards the breakdown. However, JD (U) General Secretary KC Tyagi said that there is no rift in the party and Sharad Yadav has left it voluntarily. Tyagi said that the official program of the party will be organized at the residence of one Chief of Chief Minister Anne Marg. The party had to organize a national executive meeting in Delhi on 23-24 July. But the date was changed to August 19 and the meeting was changed to Patna.

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When asked about the agenda of the National Executive, Tyagi said that it will be approved by Bihar unit’s decision to separate from the alliance and form government with the BJP in the state interest. Nitish had made clear that according to the wish of the party’s Bihar unit, he came out of the JD (U), RJD and Congress alliance. He had said that JDU was registered as a regional party in Bihar in the Election Commission. Tyagi said that the National Executive will agree on the invitation of BJP President Amit Shah to join the party in the NDA.

After the formation of the government with the BJP leaving JDU’s alliance in Bihar, the party can take action on Sharad Yadav after Saturday’s huff. Sharad Yadav’s party can be discharged from the rebel stand. It is also believed that strict action can also be taken against the leaders of the Sharad camp.

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