New Delhi: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s coronation in 2019 and his party’s JD (U) leader Sharad Yadav declined to speak on this issue. According to the news agency ANI, Sharad Yadav, who came to attend the session on Tuesday, said, “I do not want to comment on such statements.” On Monday, JDU President and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had said that in 2019, there is no capability to counter them. He claimed that there will be no second control over the power of the Center yet. In response to a question asked in the context of Narendra Modi being seen as the Prime Minister in the year 2019, Nitish Kumar said, “No second will be occupied.” There can be no other than his (Modi). There is no capability to compete with them right now. ” He, however, defied a question regarding Narendra Modi as the leader.
There was a lot of difficulty in breaking the alliance: The Janata Dal-United (JDU) senior leader Sharad Yadav says, “I have suffered a lot due to the breakdown of the alliance in Bihar. Nitish, Laloo and I worked hard to form a grand alliance. Public confidence is the most important for any government. ”
In a conversation with Emit Post, Sharad Yadav said this above. When asked if he was consulted before the alliance with BJP? On this, he said, “It will not be right for me to say anything on this question.” On the question of MP Virendra Kumar and Ali Anwar’s displeasure with Nitish Kumar, he said, “I have pain in my mind about the circumstances.
Nitish Kumar gave this answer to Sharad: On the resignation of Sharad Yadav, Nitish Kumar said that hope is that things will get better by themselves. Bihar unit of JDU is important and this decision was taken in my presence. If anyone is in trouble then he can keep his point in the party’s national executive. It is believed that Nitish Kumar has tried to make it clear to the party’s senior leader Sharad Yadav in gestures, he has taken the decision in favor of the party.
Sharad was targeted on the Modi government by tweeting: On Sunday, Sharad Yadav tweeted that neither black money came abroad nor were those who had names in Panama paper caught. On this, BJP leader Ashwani Chaube said that PM Modi has said that black money will be returned home and abroad. Shard ji should not get angry at the government so soon. JDU leader Ali Anwar said that Sharad Yadav has said very well. He is also saying in the Parliament Central Government to allow allowance for unemployment by making laws.