With 7 seats in Arunachal Assembly, Nitish Kumar's JD(U) now making its mark on the national political map
KC Tyagi, chief general secretary and spokesperson of JD (U) has made it clear before the general parliamentary elections that party will go alone beyond Bihar.
Speculation is high in the circle of NDA's allies that railway ministry may come into the kitty of JDU.
The JD(U) leader said that the opposition has failed to read the aspirations of people.
Taking at a jibe at RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, he asked that Yadav should answer on why he didn't vote on poll day instead of casting doubts over the EVMs.
BJP chief Amit Shah, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Shiv Sena supremo Uddhav Thackeray were present among various leaders.
Nitish Kumar also downplayed differences over his ally Bharatiya Janata Party's demand to abolish Article 370.
Exuding confidence, he said that the people of the country will vote the NDA to power for another five years.
The Opposition parties tore into Pragya, saying what she said reflected the mindset of the people nurtured in RSS ideology.
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This was the first time that Kumar cast his vote with his son in Patna. Till 2014, he had been voting at his birthplace Bakhatiyarpur.
Kumar attended and addressed 22 election rallies jointly with deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi and 23 with LJP chief Ram Vilas Paswan.
The constituency, 100 km east of state capital Patna, is famous for India’s most ancient university.
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The RJD chief further asked whether the JD(U) chief is left with any ethics, principle, morality and liberal views or not.
The Nitish factor in Bihar is akin to ‘jaman’, an important ingredient to turn milk to yoghurt, whose company has ensured victories for the allies.
The letter calls on Bihar CM Nitish Kumar and says that his party symbol-- Arrow -- is a symbol of conflict and violence and that people need a lantern of love and brotherhood.
Addressing a poll gathering of around 3000 people, Kumar aggressively challenged the Opposition, led by RJD in Bihar, to match the works done by him.