November 29, 2021

Jdu Raised Questions Bjp In Arunachal Kc Tyagi Says Bjp Did Not Maintain Friendship Tej Pratap Yadav Rjd – KC Tyagi on BJP’s change of law in Arunachal, BJP did not play friendship


JDU national spokesperson KC Tyagi
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In Arunachal Pradesh, BJP gave a big blow to its ally JDU and got six of its MLAs in its court. Since then, it is believed that the relationship between the two parties running coalition government in Bihar may deteriorate. At the same time, JDU national spokesperson KC Tyagi has questioned the BJP’s friendship, saying that the events in Arunachal Pradesh have not kept the religion of friendship in the state.

Significantly, when Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was questioned in this case, he avoided speaking anything special. However, the statements of JDU spokesperson indicate that JDU is very angry with this deception of BJP.

Main opposition party in JDU Arunachal
KC Tyagi said that there is a BJP government in Arunachal Pradesh and JDU is playing the role of the main opposition party there. However, the BJP did not have any problem there due to the friendly relationship between the two parties. He said, but the reason for which BJP has included our MLAs in its party is going to raise questions.

The JDU spokesperson said, “Such things do not happen in friendship”. That too when JDU is the strongest and trusted ally of BJP within NDA. He said that the issue would be taken up in a meeting with national officials.

KC Tyagi said, Nitish Kumar’s opinion on the issue will be known in the meeting, only then any concrete steps will be taken, but it is completely clear that the BJP has not done the religion of friendship properly by breaking the JDU MLAs . He said that such things should not happen in the coalition.

On JDU MLAs joining BJP in Arunachal Pradesh, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tej Pratap Yadav has said that one day JDU will be completely wiped out of Bihar. Talking to reporters in Nalanda, Tej Pratap said, JDU has started to wipe out and soon they will also be wiped out of Bihar. JDU is now completely broken. Nitish Kumar’s decision was very wrong, he has attacked himself.

At the same time, RJD Rajya Sabha MP Manoj Jha also took a dig at it saying, the signal has come from the northeastern state and it is going to reach Bihar soon. It is strange that six of the JDU’s seven MLAs joined the BJP. Did he take instructions from Nitish Kumar? I want to ask Nitish Kumar, do you want your party to merge with BJP.

He said, Nitish Kumar has become the chief minister despite winning just 43 seats in the Bihar assembly elections. I am saying wait four-five months now and the signal has come from Arunachal Pradesh and it will reach Bihar soon.

Explain that the BJP has given a big blow to its own ally JDU. The BJP, which was part of the Nitish government in Bihar, broke six MLAs of JDU in Nitish’s party in Arunachal Pradesh. Let there be seven JDU party MLAs in the state, out of which six have joined the BJP. According to the state assembly, Kardo Nigure, a MLA from the Likabali constituency of the People’s Party of Arunachal (PPA), has also joined the BJP.

Talim Taboh of Ramgong assembly constituency, Hayeng Mangfi of Chiangtajo, Jikke Tako of Tali, Dorji Wangdi Kharma of Kalaktang, Dongru Syngju of Bomdila and Kanggong Taku of Mariang-Geku constituency have joined the BJP. The JDU had on November 26 issued a show cause notice to Syngju, Kharma and Taku for anti-party activities and suspended them.

These six JD (U) MLAs had earlier chosen Talim Taboh as the new leader of the legislative party without allegedly informing senior members of the party. The PPA MLA was also suspended by the regional party earlier this month. Arunachal Pradesh BJP President BR Vaghe said that we have accepted his letters of joining the party.

In Arunachal Pradesh, BJP gave a big blow to its ally JDU and got six of its MLAs in its court. Since then, it is believed that the relationship between the two parties running coalition government in Bihar may deteriorate. At the same time, JDU national spokesperson KC Tyagi has questioned the BJP’s friendship, saying that the events in Arunachal Pradesh have not kept the religion of friendship in the state.

Significantly, when Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was questioned in this case, he avoided speaking anything special. However, the statements of JDU spokesperson indicate that JDU is very angry with this deception of BJP.

Main opposition party in JDU Arunachal

KC Tyagi said that there is a BJP government in Arunachal Pradesh and JDU is playing the role of the main opposition party there. However, the BJP did not have any problem there due to the friendly relationship between the two parties. He said, but the reason for which BJP has included our MLAs in its party is going to raise questions.

The JDU spokesperson said, “Such things do not happen in friendship”. That too when JDU is the strongest and trusted ally of BJP within NDA. He said that the issue would be taken up in a meeting with national officials.

KC Tyagi said, Nitish Kumar’s opinion on the issue will be known in the meeting, only then any concrete steps will be taken, but it is completely clear that the BJP has not done the religion of friendship properly by breaking the JDU MLAs . He said that such things should not happen in the coalition.

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