Rift between JDU and BJP ahead of UP assembly elections! Nitish Kumar to campaign against Modi-Yogi

Nitish Kumar to campaign against Modi-Yogi: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s party JDU will no longer wait for the BJP for the UP assembly elections. The first list has been prepared for 26 seats in UP. Now it is believed that due to the ongoing political developments in Bihar, the rift between BJP and JDU is increasing. However, both the parties are refraining from speaking openly on this. The National President of Janata Dal United (JDU) Lalan Singh is going to release the first list today.

National President Lalan Singh said that elections are being held in Uttar Pradesh and three to four months ago RCP Singh had said that he had a talk with Amit Shah, JP Nadda and Dharmendra Pradhan. They told that the BJP-JDU wants to fight the elections together. We waited for a long time with confidence, but there was no positive reply from BJP till Friday evening.

JP Nadda said that the partner of NDA in Uttar Pradesh is Apna Dal and Nishad Party. That is why today a list of 26 seats is being released on behalf of JDU. This is the first list. Today we are not announcing the names of the candidates. The state president says that in many seats there is more than one candidate. The candidates will also be announced in two to three days. Lalan Singh said that we had fielded 15 candidates apart from BJP in Arunachal and out of them seven candidates won. BJP did not even say that talks with JDU are going on.

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