Casey Tyagi said that he (BJP) was giving us a ministerial post which was not approved by us. Our stand on uniform civil code and 35 A is clear. There is already a lot of differences in the society, so we do not want to increase it further.
Janata Dal United (JDU) spokesman K.C. Tyagi said on Sunday that the time for JDU’s involvement in the central cabinet was over. Now in the future, JDU will not be included in the Modi government. Recently Modi cabinet has been formed. Nitish Kumar’s party did not join JDU and decided to give support from outside. About this, Nitish Kumar had said that, “On the call of Amit Shah, I went to Delhi to meet him. Shah said that we are giving a ministerial post to NDA component parties. On this I said that there is no need for symbolic representation in the cabinet. Later, all JDU MPs agreed.
The Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s decision to not join the Narendra Modi government has begun debate over the new political prospects in Bihar. JDU has also intensified the demands of special state status of Bihar. People also see this by adding pressure to the politics of pressure. Whether it is the Article 370 of the constitution, or the construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya or the three divorces and equal civil law, in all these cases, the JDU stance is different from the BJP. JD has given clear opinions on these matters many times. Inclusion of JDU in the Modi cabinet or the absence of BJP in the expansion of Nitish Cabinet in Bihar is being seen as a relation with BJP-JDU.
JD Spokesperson Casey Tyagi said that “he (BJP) was giving us a ministerial post which was not acceptable to us. Our stand on uniform civil code and 35 A is clear. There is already a lot of differences in the society, so we do not want to increase it further. There will be no compromise with the BJP before the elections in Bihar nor will our party join the Modi government.
Earlier, JD Spokesman and Chief General Secretary KC Tyagi had said that the assembly elections in Bihar next year will be held, so in the nominal cabinet, there will not be justice with the people of Bihar. He, however, also said, “JDU is neither angry nor dissatisfied. JDU has told BJP about its status.” When asked about joining the Cabinet in the coming time, he said that what would be the next thing would be but it could not be included in the symbolic form. He also said that there should be some difference in the two-seat party and the 16-seat party. However, the opposition has started raising the question about the decision not to join JDU’s Cabinet at the present time. In such a scenario, it is to be seen that the BJP succeeds in persuading the JDU to persuade the ‘sign’.