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Sharad Yadav goes on spree of attacks against Modi govt, hints rift in JDU

Yadav who has been silent on Nitish Kumar’s swapping of allies is coming up with periodical attacks on Modi govt for its failure on several fronts including farmers and Black Money.


  |  Updated On : July 30, 2017 05:18 PM
Sharad Yadav goes on spree of attacks against Modi govt, hints rift in JDU (PTI Photo)

Sharad Yadav goes on spree of attacks against Modi govt, hints rift in JDU (PTI Photo)

New Delhi :  

It seems the Janta Dal (United) is no more left “united” after the recent political events in Bihar and party’s senior leader Sharad Yadav who was reportedly not happy with Nitish Kumar’s decision to hold hands with BJP, is not going to hold back.

Yadav who has been silent on Nitish Kumar’s swapping of allies is coming up with periodical attacks on Modi govt for its failure on several fronts including farmers and Black Money.

Former JD(U) president Sharad Yadav has been critical of the saffron party and its policies and it was reported that he was unhappy with Bihar CM Nitish Kumar’s decision to break “Mahagathandhan” and form govt with BJP led NDA’s support.

Sharad, who is also JDU’s Rajya Sabha MP on Sunday, continued his sporadic attack against Centre govt and tweeted that NDA govt failed in bringing back the black money and no one was caught in Panama Papers leak case.  

Yadav is on a spree of attacks against BJP led ruling govt despite his Party JD(U) joined hands with the saffron party in Bihar to form the govt.

Earlier on Saturday, Sharad attacked Modi govt for collecting too many cesses on the name of different services while the situation in the country remains as it is.

“Although govt collects number of cesses in the name of different services from public, yet don't see any improvement in any area in the country, Sharad Yadav tweeted.

First Published: Sunday, July 30, 2017 05:01 PM


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