Party vice-president Prashant Kishor and general secretary Pavan Varma urged Kumar to 'reconsider' the stand when the legislation is debated in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday.
JD-U MP Rajiv Ranjan said the party supports the Bill because it guarantees Indian citizenship to persecuted minorities from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.
Airing a similar view, an AJSU leader said that the winability of a candidate will hold key in the event of division of votes in a multi-cornered contest.
In 2014, CBI officials registered cases against several IAS officers in connection with Jagan’s alleged illegal assets case.
The JD(U) is an ally of the BJP but its alliance with the saffron party has remained confined to Bihar and it has been fighting polls outside on its own.
Shah in a recent interview made it clear that the NDA will approach the hustings in 2020 under the leadership of Kumar and termed the JD(U)-BJP alliance as unshakeable.
Leaders of the JD(U), headed by Nitish Kumar, erupted in joy as snippets of an interview given to a news channel by Amit Shah were beamed, capping weeks of bad blood between the two parties.
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JDU General secretary Pavan Verma also said that RSS has to clarify whether they are supporters, admirers, or worshipers of Godse?
After successfully decimating the opposition, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party is taking aim at its allies, now that it has registered emphatic victories in two consecutive Lok Sabha polls.
Jharkhand has become the battleground state for Bihar’s regional parties JDU, RJD and LJP as they are trying to strengthen their political heft.
Union Minister Giriraj Singh said political parties in the state should not see the issue of NRC with an eye on vote bank as it was related to the national interest.
Satish Poonia, who has an RSS background, said there would have been no Hindustan if not for the Sangh.
Assembly election in Bihar is a year away but Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal United (JD-(U) has unwittingly set off a political war, which it is now finding difficult to quell.
The JD(U) recently changed the poster which read, Why should we think of an alternative, when Nitish Kumar is here, RJD responded by putting up a poster with a long poem slamming the ruling party.