In what appears to be another problem for JD (T) leader Sharad Yadav, all party members in the Rajya Sabha, except Yadav and another rebel MP Ali Anwar, met with Vice President Venkaiah Naidu Saturday and presented a letter Requesting his withdrawal leading party in the Upper House.
However, Narayan Vashishtha JD (T) Yadav said he was not withdrawn from the party, but was replaced by RCP Singh.
Narayan said the decision was made because of recent actions Yadav – hinting at his disapproval of Nitish Kumar joining BJP.
The latest development comes a few days after Yadav has expressed his displeasure with the decision of the Prime Minister of Bihar to abandon his alliance with RJD and Congress, and join former BJP ally.
Many in excess Yadav, BJP president Amit Shah, urged Saturday, Bihar’s chief minister to join the National Democratic Alliance (ADN).
“I met JD (T) President Nitish Kumar at my residence yesterday. I invited JD (U) to join the NDA,” Shah said on Saturday.
The Bihar-based party should approve the proposal to join the NDA at its national executive meeting in Patna on 19 August, after which it is likely that they will join the Narendra Modi cabinet.
Speculation was separated that Yadav could join hands Black Bete-Turn-allly Lalu Prasad, dividing JD (T) or by forming his own party.
Significantly, Sonia Gandhi also invited Yadav’s opposition meeting Friday, assisted by the rebel MP Ali Anwar.
Thursday Yadav claimed that the original interlocutor was with him, proclaiming Nitish’s decision to join the BJP as a “betrayal of people’s trust.”
“The trust of 11 million rupees people gave the mandate to form the government of the Great Alliance in Bihar broke,” Yadav told reporters at the airport on his first trip to Bihar since the end of the Great Alliance.
“The ‘gathbandhan’ (Big Alliance) agreement was that it has been broken for five years … I am hurt by this. I continue to defend the ‘gathbandhan,'” he said.
Yadav had stated that the great alliance and the BJP had been cast by the Assembly elections.
Annoyed with Nitish, Yadav made a three-day trip to Bihar to take a “direct dialogue” with the people.
RJD supporters, however, were seen in large numbers receiving Patna airport and during their tour, showing full support of Lalu Prasad.
He was asked if his trip was “antipartite activity,” Yadav, who was the party leader in the Upper House, said: “I will not comment.”
At a function in Sonepur, Yadav had said “Sarkari JD (T) with Nitish Kumar that the original piece is with me.
The original JD (T) in association with secular forces form a government after the next general election. ”
RJD MLA Sonepur Ramanuj Prasad had shared platform with Yadav to function.
RJD supporters in many of them with some JD (U) workers have granted approval to Yadav in Ramashish Chowk, Anjanpeer Chowk in Hajipur in the Vaishali district.
He asked about the presence of RJD workers in their tour program, Yadav had justified, saying that they are part of the “Gatbandhan” that belongs.