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Kushwaha pledges to oust Nitish govt, says BJP is Bhartiya Jumla Party

December 06
11:22 2018

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Patna : RLSP president and junior Union Minister Upendra Kushwaha who seems equally angry with CM Nitish Kumar and the BJP declared that his party would oust the Nitish government. “I take this pledge in front of leaders and workers of my party that my first priority will be to root out Nitish government,” he was addressing the Chintan Shivir of his party at Motihari in East Champaran in Bihar on Thursday.

Kushwaha is furious with BJP despite being in NDA and continuing as Minister because the BJP leadership has refused to give him more than two seats in Lok Sabha polls while saying that BJP and JD(U) would contest equal number of seats. He tried to seek appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah but both ignored him and his deadline of November 30 to settle the issue.

Calling BJP Bhartiya Jumla Party, Kushwaha said its Bihar leaders were only buttering Nitish and serving as his spoons. He also attacked saffron pary for raking up Ayodhya mandir issue and said if it was really serious why it didn’t make the temple in last four years.

He alleged that the situation in Bihar was worse than what it was during Lalu Prasad-Rabri Devi regime. “Nitish came to power by accusing that 15 years long regime but his nearly 15 years rule is worse,” he alleged.

But the RLSP leader has not declared when he would quit NDA and the Modi ministry in which he junior minister of HRD.     

“Humiliated” Upendra Kushwaha to quit NDA, Modi Govt by Dec 6

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