PATNA: The ruling Janata Dal United in Bihar headed by chief minister Nitish Kumar today threw out three leaders from the party for anti-party activities.
They include Satish Kumar, party vice-president, Sanjay Mandal, organizational secretary and state general secretary (Mahadalit cell) Mukesh Kumar Suman.
Of them, Satish Kumar has been quite aggressive against the chief minister, charging him with in the company of sycophants and taking no care of the party.
Kumar launched major assaults on the chief minister soon after the JD-U suddenly withdrew from the UP polls arena.
Satish Kumar has been removed from the post of JD(U) state Vice President for frequently indulging in anti-party activities,” state party chief Spokesman Sanjay Singh told the media today.
In the past as well, Kumar, a fellow caste man of the chief minister, had been expelled from the party but was later re-inducted.
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