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‘Don’t fear action as I’m with real JD-U while Nitish leads ‘Sarkari JD-U’, says Sharad


PATNA: Revolting former JD-U president Sharad Yadav today laughed off warning of a “disciplinary action” against him by the party leadership saying he was with the “real JD-U” while Nitish Kumar is leading the “Sarkari JD-U” .

“Sarkari log nai party mein shamil ho gaye (People in government have joined a new party). The sarkari (government-led) JD (U) is being run by Nitish Kumar and I am with the JD (U), which has the support of people of Bihar,” English daily Hindustan Times quoted Yadav as telling the masses on way to Muzaffarpur for the first of a series of meetings today.

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“I will fight it out on the streets as I have the support of the masses,” he declared. “Janata ka vishwas toda gaya hai…main sadak par ladunga.” 

Huge crowd of people rushed to hear him braving incessant rains, indicating they are not happy with the decision of chief minister Nitish Kumar to form government with the BJP. Yadav also thanked them for coming to hear him despite heavy rains.

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Yadav is currently touring Bihar to interact with the common masses and share their anguish after Nitish Kumar broke alliance with the Grand Alliance and formed government with the BJP in what he describes as a “betrayal of people’s mandate” handed out in 2015 assembly elections in Bihar.

He laughed off warning of disciplinary action him for crossing the party line and said he can’t be cowed down by such threats.

“I don’t fear such threats…I’m not going to drag my feet behind out of fear of initiation of action by the party,” he declared addressing a function in Sonepur in saran district.

The JD-U said it was keeping a close on Yadav’s activities and would initiate action against him at the appropriate time.

“The party is keeping a close watch on his activities and will initiate action soon. It seems he had chalked out his plan long back…His yatra is just an excuse,” state JD-U president Vashishtha Narayan Singh told the media today.

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