RJD says will welcome Nitish Kumar if he decides to leave NDA

05 Jun 2019 04:42 PM

RJD says will welcome Nitish Kumar if he decides to leave NDA

Updated 05 Jun 2019 04:42 PM

With the BJP-JD(U) ties under apparent strain, Senior RJD leader leader Raghuvansh Prasad
Singh has extended an olive branch to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, saying non-BJP parties including the JD(U) should join forces against the BJP and that his party is "not
allergic" to anyone.
Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan, whose LJP is a constituent of the 3-party NDA bloc in the state apart from the JD(U) and the BJP, however, asserted the alliance is "intact".

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