Chaos in JDU, as 6 MLAs switched to BJP in Arunachal Pradesh.

Senior JDU pioneer KC Tyagi on Sunday said the absconding of six MLAs of his gathering in Arunachal Pradesh to join Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is anything but a decent sign for partnership governmental issues.

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As of late, six of the seven JD(U) MLAs of Arunachal Pradesh- – Talem Taboh, Hayeng Mangfi, Jikke Tako, Dorjee Wangdi, Kharma, Dongru Siongju and Kanggong Taku- – changed to the BJP.

“We express torment more than six JD (U) MLAs from Arunachal Pradesh joining Bharatiya Janata Party. This is definitely not a decent sign for partnership legislative issues,” Tyagi said while tending to a question and answer session uninvolved of JD(U’s) public chief meet on Sunday.

Rajya Sabha MP Ramchandra Prasad Singh declared as New President of JDU.

Prior Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar made light of the exit of the MLAs and said that “they have headed out in a different direction”. JD(U) is essential for the NDA government in Center and won Bihar political decision in a pre-survey partnership with the BJP.

In the interim, Rajya Sabha MP Ramchandra Prasad Singh has been consistently picked as the public leader of the Janata Dal (United) supplanting Chief Minister Nitish Kumar who held that office till now.

Nitish Kumar was chosen as the public leader of JDU in 2019 for a time of three years yet he surrendered the post today for the civil servant turned-lawmaker RCP Singh.

Singh had filled in as the overall secretary of the gathering till now.

The Party in a tweet said that Kumar had proposed the name of RCP in the public leader meeting and was acknowledged consistently.

Nitish Kumar, while tending to party laborers declared that he made RCP Singh the public leader of JD(U) subsequent to “considering the thought altogether.”

“I made him the public president to guarantee that we can complete increasingly more work. RCP Singh will care for the gathering’s work totally.”

Kumar said that he had totally “no wish” to become boss pastor yet under tension, he had become Chief Minister. “I wouldn’t fret whosoever becomes Chief Minister. I don’t have any wish for this post,” he said. (ANI)

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