Patna: Political stir in Bihar is getting steadily fast. According to sources, Sharad Yadav can be shown the way out of the JDU. Indeed, Sharad Yadav has been opposing Nitish Kumar’s decision to leave RJD in Bihar and connect ties with the BJP. Because of this, the party is now planning to take action on autumn. Sharad Yadav is the national president of JDU.
Sharad Yadav on a three-day tour in Bihar
At the same time, Sharad Yadav’s three-day tour of Bihar is starting today. Meanwhile, Lalu has alleged that Nitish Kumar has conspired to attack Sharad Yadav. A whole new political racism is emerging between Lalu and Sharad Yadav in this entire event.
Nitish blows the confidence of the public by breaking the alliance – Sharad
JDU’s senior leader, who is angry with Nitish Kumar’s decision to join hands with BJP for power in Bihar, Sharad Yadav is starting a three-day visit to Bihar from today. Sharad Yadav says that the purpose of his visit is to communicate with the people, because Nitish Kumar has broken the Maha coalition and hurt the public’s faith. Sharad Yadav said, “The fall of the Maha coalition government in Bihar has broken the trust of 11 crore people of the state.”
Sharad Yadav will visit several districts of Bihar along the road during this three-day visit. Today, he will visit Patna, Sonpur and Muzaffarpur. On August 11, Sharad Yadav will visit Muzaffarpur, Darbhanga and Madhubani. While on the last day of journey i.e., on August 12, they will travel to Madhubani, Supaul, Saharsa and Madhepura.
Meanwhile, JDU has said that it is Sharad Yadav’s personal journey. It has nothing to do with the party. Although Sharad Yadav is claiming that his visit is linked to the JDU. In the meantime, RJD President Lalu Yadav has alleged that Nitish Kumar has conspired to attack Sharad Yadav and this attack can only happen if Sharad Yadav arrives in Patna.
Nitish Kumar’s party may be fluttering from Sharad Yadav’s Bihar tour, but RJD will definitely accompany him. There are also questions arising between Lalu-Sharad’s involvement: Can Nitish Kumar now take action against Sharad Yadav? Nitish has given this signal to JD (U) General Secretary Arun Shrivastav, who is considered close to Sharad Yadav, who is not going to stand his opposition within the party.