Told To Quit, Nitish Kumar’s leader says “Won’t Leave Without Share

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's statement comes amid speculation about Upendra Kushwaha 'being in touch' with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has asked his party colleague and parliamentary board chairman Upendra Kushwaha to quit the JD(U).
Mr Kushwaha answered saying that he was unable to leave the party without his portion in the “fatherly property”.

This comes in the midst of hypothesis about Mr Kushwaha ‘being in contact’ with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Very much said, Bhai Saheb….! On the off chance that the more youthful siblings continue to take off from the house like this at the exhortation of the senior siblings, then all senior siblings will get the whole property of Baap-Dada (progenitors) by discarding the more youthful siblings. How might I go out (of the party) while abandoning my portion in whole properties…?” Upendra Kushwaha tweeted in Hindi.

In the mean time, JD(U) pioneer Umesh Kushwaha hammered party pioneer Upendra Kushwaha. He said, “Upendra Kushwaha ought to be embarrassed about his direct. Nitish Kumar has given him so much yet he is attempting to break the JD(U). He ought to leave the party.”

“Till now he hasn’t presented the structure for the participation drive. Assuming he has any morals, he ought to leave the party himself.”

“Nitish ji made him Upendra Kushwaha from Upendra Singh. He sent him to the parliament and the committee,” guaranteed Umesh Kushwaha.

The JD(U) pioneer additionally expressed that the party developed further all alone yet when Upendra Kushwaha joined the party, he attempted to debilitate it.

“In the event that he has any self confidence, he ought to leave. The ones who deceived Nitish ji ought to be cautious,” cautioned Umesh Kushwaha focusing on the JD(U) pioneer.

Prior on Sunday, Upendra Kushwaha invalidated the bits of hearsay about him joining the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

On Saturday responding to the hypotheses of Upendra Kushwaha’s supposed closeness with the BJP, Bihar Boss Priest Nitish Kumar said that he will meet Mr Kushwaha and examine it.

Kindly request that Upendra Kushwaha converse with me. He left the party before as well, I don’t have the foggiest idea what he needs. I was not in Patna so I’m not mindful of it. He is at present unwell, I’ll meet him and talk about this,” Nitish Kumar said during his Samadhan Yatra in Gaya.