Nitish Kumar to join NDA at the center on August 19

Nitish Kumar to join NDA at the center on August 19

Nitish Kumar to join NDA at the center on August 19

Then Gujarat JD (U) general secretary Ambalal Jadhav said to ANI, "Who is K.C. Tyagi to say anything?" "He has just been replaced with RCP Singh [as party leader in the Rajya Sabha]". Of 44 votes cast in favour of Patel, senior Gujarat Congress leader Arjun Modhwadia said, 43 were from Congress MLAs and the last one from Vasava, seen as a Sharad Yadav camp leader in the JD (U). "All the party legislators, leaders, who are close to the government for personal benefit are with Nitish Kumar, but leaders and workers close to the people are with me", Sharad Yadav said.

"JD (U) isn't only Nitish Kumar's party". Vasava had on Tuesday told The Indian Express that he had voted for the Congress given his ideological differences with the BJP, with whom his party leader Nitish Kumar has now teamed up to form a new government in Bihar, and also because he comes from the same district - Bharuch - as Ahmed Patel.

Nitish Kumar is the JD (U) national president and said to fully control the party in Bihar.

Yadav's congratulations are noteworthy because the JD (U)'s official line was that it would support Patel's opponent, the BJP's Balwantsinh Rajput.

Getting tough on its senior leader Sharad Yadav, the Janata Dal United has submitted a letter to vice-president to remove him from Rajya Sabha as the party leader, according to reports.

Anwar said that leaders like him and Sharad Yadav have listened to their conscience. He tweeted that yesterday JD (U) Chief Nitish Kumar had visited him at his residence and he invited him to join JD (U) with NDA.

Sharad Yadav claimed that the people of Bihar voted in the last Assembly election to keep the BJP out of power for five years.

Earlier, Sharaad Yadav made it clear that he is still with the Grand Alliance of the RJD and Congress and that the mandate was given to the Grand Alliance and not the BJP.

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