Bihar CM Nitish Kumar and JDU’s Parliamentary Board President Upendra Kushwaha have now started open rhetoric. The relationship between the two is no longer the same as before. Amid speculations of Upendra Kushwaha joining BJP, Nitish Kumar on Thursday bluntly said that if he has to stay in Jodiyu, then stay, even if he has to go, it is very good. On the other hand, on Kushwaha’s statement of stake in JDU, he said that all these things have no meaning. If there is any issue then tell us. After all, what is the reason for the clash between the two? After which incident both have become attackers on each other? Let’s know the whole matter in sequence:
Upendra Kushwaha was admitted last week on January 19 for routine checkup at AIIMS, Delhi. There three leaders of Bihar BJP had reached to meet him. Former MLAs Prem Ranjan Patel, Sanjay Singh Tiger and Yogendra Paswan had come to meet. When Kushwaha was asked about this, he said that it is wrong to take the meeting with any BJP leader to mean that we are in touch with the BJP. The talk of contact is being done in the sense that the bigger the leader of our party, the more he is in contact with the BJP leaders.
Upendra Kushwaha had said that our party Janata Dal United went in contact with BJP two-three times and then got out of contact. The party does whatever is necessary according to its strategy. Is there any point in discussing me like this? Whether I will stay in JDU or not, who can decide other than me?
After this, when CM Nitish Kumar was questioned about Upendra Kushwaha, he said that don’t ask anything from us. Leave them Whatever comes in his mind, he should keep speaking. Leave them to speak. No one from our party will say anything on his words.
Nitish Kumar said that whatever Upendra Kushwaha is saying, he should be asked only. Tell them to talk to us. He has left the party two-three times and has come again. We do not know what is their wish.
After this, Upendra Kushwaha said that Nitish Kumar has become weak in recent times. Due to this JDU is getting weak. Some people in RJD are plotting to weaken Nitish Kumar. Politically whenever Nitish Kumar has become weak, we worked to support him. Today some people are abusing Upendra Kushwaha, but it doesn’t matter to them.
– Denied the allegations of CM Nitish Kumar Kushwaha. He said- Our party has not become weak. These are false allegations. Let people say what they have to say. No one from our party is in touch with any other party. He said- I did not stop anyone. Leaders can come and go at will.
In the midst of this tension, Upendra Kushwaha called Nitish Kumar his elder brother. He said that he will not leave his share. Upendra Kushwaha tweeted, ‘You have said very well brother…! When the younger brother starts leaving the house at the behest of such an elder brother, then every elder brother should drive his younger one away from the house and usurp the entire property of the father and grandfather alone.’ Next to this, Upendra Kushwaha said that how to go like this, leaving your share….?
On the statement of stake in JDU, now Nitish Kumar has said that all these things have no meaning. If there is any issue then tell us. Apart from this, Nitish bluntly said that if he wants to stay in JDU, then stay, even if he has to go, it is very good.