Nitish Kumar JDU Not To Be Part Of Central Government Again: Party National Prez

Nitish Kumar JDU Not To Be Part Of Central Government Again: Party National Prez
Nitish Kumar JDU Not To Be Part Of Central Government Again: Party National Prez

New Delhi: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal (United) will not be part of the Union Council of Ministers as soon as extra, a senior get collectively chief talked about on Sunday (August 7). After the resignation of former JD(U) chief RCP Singh, there is no illustration of Nitish Kumar’s get collectively inside the Narendra Modi-led central authorities. JD(U) nationwide president Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan talked about in a press conference, “We stand by our stand of 2019 when, after the Lok Sabha polls, we decided not to join the government at the Center don’t close.”

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“The decision not to join the Union government was taken by our leader Nitish Kumar who was also the party’s national president then,” added Lalan Singh.

Hit out at rcp singh who left JDU a day once more  Singh talked about some people have been trying to hurt the get collectively. “JD(U) is not a sinking ship, it is a sailing ship, some people are trying to damage it, Nitish Kumar identified those who tried to damage it and took steps to fix it,” the JD(U ) nationwide president was quoted by ANI.

RCP Singh, who simply recently resigned from the Union Cabinet after being denied one different Rajya Sabha time interval, cease the JD(U) on Saturday (August 6), hours after the get collectively sought a proof from him over allegations of corruption made by some unidentified employees. Calling the “baseless” allegations, he referred to as JDU a ‘sinking ship’. “There is an attempt to slander me. I’ve no land to my title. All the allegations made in the direction of me are baseless. There isn’t any treatment for JDU’s jealousy. I can’t proceed with them in these circumstances,” talked about RCP Singh.

Meanwhile, Rajiv Ranjan Singh moreover denied speculations of a rift between JDU and the BJP and claimed that “everything is fine”. Rumors of discontent between the two NDA allies gained momentum after Bihar CM Nitish Kumar skipped the NITI Aayog meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi proper this second. According to PTI sources, Kumar cited post-Covid weak spot because the rationale for excusing himself from the meeting.

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