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RJD and JD(U) cannot stay together for long, RLJP will remain part of NDA: Pashupati Paras


Targeting Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Paras earlier said an experiment was also conducted between RJD and JD(U) but their alliance could not last long.

Pashupati Paras, Union Minister and President of the RLJP

Patna: Amid the ongoing political crisis in Bihar, Union Minister and RLJP Chairman Pashupati Paras on Tuesday said his party would continue to be part of the NDA.

Targeting Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Paras earlier said an experiment was also conducted between RJD and JD(U) but their alliance could not last long.

“Previously there was also an experiment between RJD and JDU but they cannot stay together for long. Again such alliance is coming, it is not a good sign for the development of Bihar. our party will remain part of NDA,” Pashupati Paras said.

Meanwhile, Lok Sabha MP and RLJP leader Prince Raj said: “The Rashtriya Lok Janshakti Party is with the NDA. We don’t want to comment on the decisions of other parties, but we are with the NDA. We don’t feel like (BJP is no respect). They (JDU) can only talk about them.”

The ruling NDA government appears to be on the brink of disintegration in Bihar as Nitish Kumar is expected to meet Governor Phagu Chauhan later today, sources close to the development said.

Kumar, who was promised support from opposition parties, asked for time from Chauhan, who agreed to meet at 4 p.m., they said.

Relations between the BJP and the JD(U) have soured for some time over disagreements over a host of issues including caste registration, population control and the Agnipath defense recruitment programme.

(With agency contributions)

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