Patna. There seems to be turmoil in JDU in Bihar. Here former Legislative Councilor Ranveer Nandan has resigned from the party. He has sent his resignation to JDU national president Lalan Singh. Here, a statement of Upendra Kushwaha, who left JDU and formed his new party after Nandan’s resignation, has also come to light. Kushwaha has said that a split in JDU is certain.
Everything is not looking good in JDU in Bihar. According to the latest information, a former MLC of the party has sent his resignation to National President Lalan Singh. On the other hand, Upendra Kushwaha has targeted JDU regarding this. He said on Tuesday that a split in JDU is certain. Here, BJP leader Sushil Modi has also justified this claim of Upendra.
According to the information, Ranveer Nandan has resigned from the primary membership of the party by writing a letter to National President Lalan Singh. Nandan has also sent a copy of his letter to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and State President Umesh Kushwaha.
Speculation intensifies due to Nandan’s resignation
Nandan has written his resignation in a very simple style. He has written in just one line that I resign from the primary membership of the party. In this he has not given any reason behind his resignation.
Nandan has addressed this letter written on his letter head to JDU National President Lalan Singh. He has mentioned the date (27 September 2023) of his signature below.
Let us tell you that Ranveer Nandan has already given a statement that Narendra Modi and Nitish Kumar should come together. Now after his resignation, the discussion about his joining BJP or joining any of the parties included in NDA has intensified.
Upendra Kushwaha predicted
Here, Upendra Kushwaha, who separated from JDU and formed Rashtriya Lok Samata Party, has made a prediction about JDU. He has said in a statement that further divisions in JDU are certain. Let us tell you that Upendra Kushwaha was upset for a long time about JDU forming an alliance with RJD. After this he left JDU and formed his new party. On the other hand, BJP leader Sushil Modi has also justified this claim of Upendra in one of his statements.
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