The news of factionalism in Janata Dal United (JDU) seems to be coming to an end after RCP Singh was made a Union minister. At the same time, the relations between JDU and BJP have once again increased after the heat of caste census and special status. Elections are to be held in UP and JDU is also in the fray. JDU may tie up with BJP in UP. If the BJP does not have an electoral alliance with JDU, then the matter may heat up. Taking a big decision in this regard, JDU has authorized Union Minister and party leader RCP Singh to talk to the BJP about the alliance in the UP elections.
All is well in JDU
After RCP Singh’s joining the Union Cabinet, talk of factionalism was coming to the fore in JDU. This thing was getting stronger after the change of National President of JDU. The party also appeared divided into two factions on several occasions including party meetings. But the party leadership never accepted this. At the same time, now by handing over a big responsibility to RCP Singh, the party has tried to make it clear that Janata Dal United is as United as its name. On the other hand, only RCP will talk to the leaders about forging an alliance with BJP in UP. Will coordinate and try to bring BJP, JDU together.
If not alliance then another option
JDU National President Lalan Singh and KC Tyagi took this decision after holding an important meeting in Delhi. Let us inform that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was recently on a Delhi tour. Here he met Lalan Singh and RCP Singh, only then there was news of agreement on this issue. It was announced on Tuesday that RCP Singh will now officially talk to the BJP for an alliance in the UP assembly elections. However, JDU has made it clear that the party will first hold talks with its ally BJP in Bihar for an alliance in the 2022 assembly elections in UP. But if things do not work out, the party will not hesitate to contest the elections alone. Here, Hindustani Awam Morcha has also said that it will contest elections in UP with JDU. But if they do not have an alliance with JDU, the party will not contest the elections.