JDU will increase BJP’s troubles in electoral states including UP, if it does not get stake in NDA, then it is announced to go alone


Nitish Kumar’s party JDU, which is running the government in alliance with the BJP in Bihar, wants that in the states where elections are held, it should contest the elections by staying in the NDA alliance. However, in the absence of this, JDU is ready to contest the elections alone. Especially in Manipur and Uttar Pradesh. JDU national president Lallan Singh says that the party is strong there and will fight the elections with full strength.

JDU National President Lalan Singh said that Janata Dal United is working in different states of the country even outside Bihar for the expansion and strength of the organization. This has also been discussed in the party’s national council and national executive. In this sequence, the party president has held a meeting with the state presidents of various states. Kashmir was also visited and there were serious discussions.

Lalan Singh said that the party has reconstituted the North East Executive Council to strengthen the organization in the North Eastern states. Apart from this, former member of Jharkhand Legislative Assembly, Khiru Mahto has been appointed as the state president. Gulab Mahto has been appointed as the Vice President of Jharkhand. He will also shoulder the responsibility of organizing the displaced people in Jharkhand. Party’s national general secretary Praveen Kumar has been appointed in-charge of Jharkhand.

Lalan Singh said that in the states where elections are going to be held in the coming times, the party’s first attempt is to contest the elections in the NDA alliance. If this does not happen then Janata Dal United is fully prepared that it will contest the elections alone. Especially in Manipur and Uttar Pradesh. Lallan Singh says that the party is strong there and will fight the elections with full strength.

Apart from this, Lalan Singh told that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will not participate in the rally being organized on the birth anniversary of former Deputy Prime Minister Chaudhary Devi Lal on September 25 in Jind, Haryana. However, Nitish Kumar’s party Janata Dal United will be represented in this rally. Party general secretary KC Tyagi will attend the rally.

On September 25, on the occasion of the birth anniversary of former Deputy Prime Minister Devi Lal, many opposition leaders of the country including Nitish Kumar, Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda, Sharad Pawar and former Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal were invited. has gone.

In Delhi on Tuesday, Lalan Singh said that Nitish Kumar has an unbreakable relationship with Chaudhary Devi Lal. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has worked closely with Late Chaudhary Devi Lal. In view of the preparations for floods and corona in some parts of Bihar, the Chief Minister will not attend this rally at the moment.

Lalan Singh said that party general secretary KC Tyagi on behalf of Janata Dal United will participate in this rally. Regarding the formation of the Third Front through the rally, Lallan Singh said that we are not seeing the rally being held in Jind on 25th September by linking it with any front. We believe that this event is being organized in the memory of former Deputy Prime Minister Devi Lal. Lallan Singh also reiterated that the Janata Dal is a strong constituent of the United NDA.

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