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Bihar: Nitish Kumar asks Sharad Yadav to ‘go where he likes’

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Sharad Yadav's 'Sanjhi Virasat Bachao' reeks of hypocrisy says JD (U)
Source: intoday

A day after speculations that JD(U) might expel its president, Nitish Kumar from the party, Kumar on Friday has said that Sharad Yadav can take a walk. “He is free to go where he wants,” said Bihar chief minister.

Kumar was in Delhi today to meet Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and BJP chief, Amit Shah.  This was their first in-person communication since Kumar dramatically formed his government in Bihar with BJP’s support. “The party has made a decision.  He (Sharad Yadav) should accept it,” CM said.

Yadav refused to attend the oath-taking ceremony that saw Kumar being re-inducted as head of the state. Since then he issued daily recriminations alleging that Kumar has betrayed the people of Bihar.

Yadav was told yesterday by JD-U to watch his language.  After a three-day tour of Bihar, Yadav said the CM runs a “sarkari” version of his party, while the real JD-U is to be found in masses.

“The political language being used by him is very objectionable and uncomfortable for the party president (Nitish Kumar) and the government (of Bihar). We will ask him to refrain from making statement which crosses limits,” said KC Tyagi, senior JD-U leader.