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Nitish Kumar’s party JDU will not fight with BJP in four states but will contest on its own

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New Delhi: 09 July :- Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar put the ball in the back of the Bharatiya Janata Party in view of the Lok Sabha elections on Sunday in the National Executive meeting of Janata Dal Unite. JDU Chief and Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar is right for some time but has put a stop to such speculation, which was being said that he will break the relationship with the BJP before the Lok Sabha elections or else get the seats. JDU has made it clear on his behalf that the 2019 Lok Sabha elections will be fought jointly with the BJP. But in the Sunday meeting, Nitish Kumar made it clear that he is still waiting for the BJP to see how many seats the BJP offers him in the Lok Sabha elections. That is, Nitish Kumar has thrown the dice in the BJP’s arm, whether he wants to save the NDA or not.

Janata Dal United’s senior leader K.C. Tyagi said, “We are neither helping nor supporting BJP nor opposing BJP. The Janata Dal will contest the elections alone in four states on its own. He further said that in Gujarat, Nagaland and Karnataka, we contested on limited seats. We are going on the agenda of our party. ‘

In the meeting of Janta Dal United National Executive, CM Nitish Kumar said that those people who are engaged in trying to shore us will be shore themselves. Nitish pointed to his party’s leaders and workers saying that there is no one to extricate us. You are not afraid.

Nitish Kumar’s speech was clear that there is no hurry in connection with the current synergy and seats. Nitish wants to hear about the number of seats from the BJP side first, then he wants to make a mind in this regard. Now everybody’s eyes will be on the Patna tour of BJP National President Amit Sah this week, when he will hold a meeting with Nitish Kumar on July 12.

After breaking the alliance with Lalu Yadav and Congress last year, Nitish Kumar once again formed the government in collaboration with his old BJP. But for some time now, there are reports that everything in Nitish Kumar and BJP is not good. There was speculation that Nitish Kumar could leave his party together and once again take his step towards the opposition MahaGathban. But for some time now there seems to be a break on such speculation from the Delhi meeting.

It is being told that the Nitish Kumar Bihar is being run out of the Central Government on the issue of demand for special state status. Describe that demand for special state status for Bihar is not less than Sanjivani in terms of vote bank for Nitish Kumar.

K.C. Tyagi said that the sharing of seats for JDU would be an important issue. Prior to the executive meeting, Tyagi had said that in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in Bihar, JDU would be in the role of older brother. However, before this, there have been many such statements from JDU that JDU will remain in the role of elder brother in Bihar NDA.

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