Sharad Yadav: The Grand Alliance Was Build For Five Years, Trust Of 11 Crore People Has Broken

Sharad Yadav: The Grand Alliance Was Build For Five Years, Trust Of 11 Crore People Has Broken

JD(U) Rajya Sabha MP Sharad Yadav, who is set out toward a standoff with party chief and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, on Thursday said he will carry a yatra in the state and talk with the general people on his three-day 'Jan Samvad' program. The mass contact program will happen in 10 areas of Bihar. This collaboration, as indicated by Sharad Yadav, is aimed for 'searching an exit plan'. Addressing ANI on the separating of the Grand Alliance, involving RJD, JD(U) and Congress, Yadav stated, "Gathbandan humne 5 saal ke liye kiya tha, 11 crore logon ka vishvaas toota (The Grand Alliance was forged for a Five Years, trust of 11 crore people has broken)."
Sharad Yadav, who founded the JD(U), stated on Wednesday that the Grand Alliance was “a kind of an agreement with people” of Bihar. Meanwhile, commenting on Sharad Yadav’s mass contact programme, JD(U) chief Bashishta Narain Singh had told the Indian Express that it’s a personal visit and the party doesn’t have anything to do with it. “His (Yadav’s) recent activities are against the stated stand of the JD(U),” Singh said. Also Read: Sharad Yadav heads for Bihar, JD(U) looks headed for split
On Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's choice to split far from the Grand Alliance and join the NDA, Singh stated, "JD(U's) expanded governing body party meeting, went to by MLAs and MLCs as well as locale presidents and office-bearers, had approved Nitish Kumar to take a choice keeping in see bigger interests of the gathering and the state."

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