JDU Ne­tas Stay Away From Sharad’s Event

JDU may first re­move Sharad as party leader in Ra­jya Sabha

The Economic Times - - Pure Politics -


New Delhi: Se­nior Janata Dal ( United) leader Sharad Ya­dav did not find much sup­port among his party MLAs and MPs on the first day of his pub­lic in­ter­ac­tion pro­gramme in Bi­har. Ya­dav plans to visit 28 places in 7 districts be­fore end­ing his trip on Au­gust 12 in Mad­hep­ura, which he has rep­re­sented in the Lok Sabha. “Dono ke mani fe sto a l a g alag hai. Ye lok­tantra mein vish­was ka sankat hai. (They have di f fer­ent man­i­festos. This is a cri­sis of cred­i­bil­ity). It’s for the first time in the his­tory of the coun­try that the two man­i­festos of ri­val group­ings have min­gled,” he told peo­ple at his first meet­ing at Sonepur in ref­er­ence to the al­liance be­tween JDU and BJP and sub­se­quent for­ma­tion of the new gov­ern­ment headed by Ni­tish Ku­mar. JDU Par­lia­men­tary Party Leader

Ya­dav was ap­par­ently very cau­tious dur­ing his in­ter­ac­tion with re­porters in Patna. He re­it­er­ated his old st ate - ment in which he had termed the al­liance be­tween JDU and BJP as bet raya l of peo­ple’s man­date. Mean­while, JDU ap­pears to be in no haste to ini­ti­ate ac­tion against Sharad Ya­dav. “Party lead­er­ship may first re­move him from the post of JDU par­lia­men­tary party leader in the Ra­jya Sabha,” a source in JDU said. J DU h a s a l r e ady s t a r t e d keep­ing a watch on his pub­lic pro­grammes. “RJD work­ers are par­tic­i­pat­ing in his pro­gramme,” JDU spokesper­son Neeraj Ku­mar told ET.

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