Newly appointed JD (U) nationwide president Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan Singh has made it clear that the occasion was able to transferring ahead by itself and can not be ready for allies.
Addressing occasion staff and later interacting with the media Singh mentioned, “JD-U will no longer be sitting in the hope of allies. The party will fight on its own and try to expand further.”
In a press release which is seen as a message to its alliance associate, the BJP, which of late has been sending vibes that it has made Nitish Kumar the CM regardless of a smaller variety of MLAs, Singh mentioned, “If other parties want to partner with us then it is fine.
Otherwise, we will fight on our own. And we will win. Look at Arunachal. In the last assembly elections, we fielded candidates on 15 seats and won on seven.”
Singh additionally spelt out his occasion plan. “We aim to make JD-U a national party and expand further. I’ve held discussions with party leaders in Manipur and UP. We’ll hold discussions with NDA partners. If they don’t make us a partner in these states, we will fight and win the elections alone,” mentioned Singh and added “That is why our party got recognition in Arunachal. Similarly, gradually we will field candidates in other states. Our target is to get recognition in two more states and then get recognized as a national party.”
The occasion nationwide govt held lately had additionally handed a decision in New Delhi and expressed its willingness to contest the UP meeting polls in alliance with BJP offered it will get a good variety of seats or else it might contest independently on at least 200 seats.
The Munger MP additionally requested occasion staff to take to the general public the work of Nitish Kumar within the final 15 years. “I will also talk to the state president and district president in this regard. The main point of the work done in the department should be conveyed to the public. For this a booklet has also been printed. Now only they should keep taking it to the public. The Chief Minister’s message will reach every household,” he mentioned.
Singh additionally met Chief Minister Nitish Kumar at his residence on Saturday.
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