“Nitish should back his assertion of ‘nobody can escape from the long arm of law’ by showing speedy trial and rightful punishment against them,” Sushil Modi said.
Asked about Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s presence at Nitish Kumar’s swearing-in, Srivastava dismissed it, saying, “There were members of all non-BJP parties on the occasion. That doesn’t indicate anything.”
JD (U) national secretary general and Rajya Sabha MP K C Tyagi reached Varanasi on Thursday to address the conference, which will be held at Patel Dharmshala on Friday.
In the previous term, Narmada district panchayat was entirely under BJP, while the saffron was in coalition with JD(U) in Bharuch
“The BJP wants to win the Bihar polls so that it acquires a majority in the Rajya Sabha and pass anti-farmer and anti-labour laws,” JD(U) secretary-general K C Tyagi said.
This is the logic of the Yadav alliance in UP/Bihar which has brought together the RJD, JD(U) and Samajwadi Party.
Coming together of Janata Parivar to consolidate anti-BJP forces is a welcome developmen, Ramesh said.
Manjhi claimed he is still the chief Minister until Nitish Kumar proves his majority on the floor of the House.
Speaking at a village school function at Manpur, Gaya on Sunday evening, Manjhi talked about building decision making qualities in students.
When asked about his remarks, Manjhi said, “I have not said anything extraordinary.
Party wanted to give a seat to Congress to strike a formal alliance but did not because of apprehensions of some dissidents voting against party candidate.
Sharad Yadav said ‘the pulse of the nation is not known only by formal education and that country is run by understanding people’.
The PCC chief said that his party benefited from the alliance with Lalu Prasad.
JD (U) and Congress targeted Gadkari calling his statement an “insult to Bihar people”.
JD(U) claims to have the support of backward caste voters in various districts of eastern UP bordering Bihar.