Upendra Kushwaha Departs from JD(U) and Launches New Political Party

Upendra Kushwaha Departs from JD(U) and Launches New Political Party

Upendra Kushwaha, a former Union Minister, declared his secession from the Janata Dal (United) on February 20, setting up his own party, the Rashtriya Lok Janta Dal (RLJD). He was appointed as the national president of the new party.

Following the declaration of the new party, he submitted his resignation from the Bihar legislative council.

Mr. Kushwaha declared the formation of a new political party, the Rashtriya Lok Janata Dal, while simultaneously resigning from the primary membership of the JD(U) and his post as a member of the Bihar Legislative Council. He announced at a hotel in the presence of his supporters.

Mr. Kushwaha has had a long history of parting ways with the JD(U). He left the party in 2007 and 2013 and rejoined in 2009 and 2021. He also formed the Rashtriya Lok Samta Party (RLSP) in 2013, which he merged with the JD(U) in 2021.

On Monday, also he said, “Why cannot he find a successor in his party, why is he searching for a successor at a neighbour’s house? The share which I was asking earlier, I realised that Nitish ji has left with no political assets because he has mortgaged the political assets. Nitish Kumar has nothing in his hand, he has zero assets now. He has mortgaged the political legacy. He is not taking any decision of his own but is listening to others who sit beside him, “ Mr. Kushwaha alleged.

Recently, there have been rumors that Mr. Kushwaha is set to rejoin the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), which he left in 2018. However, his limited role in the Janata Dal (United) (JD(U)) is likely due to the formation of the Mahagathbandhan in Bihar.

In response to Mr. Kushwaha’s action, JD(U) national president Rajiv Ranjan Singh firmly declared that it would not have any effect. “This is not the first time he has left the party; he has also done it, and nothing has happened. I would like to give my best wishes to him with a request to stick to whatever he has decided. We have seen how badly he failed after forming the Grand Democratic Secular Front (GDSF) along with the BSP and the AIMIM in the 2020 Assembly poll,” Mr. Singh said.

Nikhil Anand, a spokesperson for the BJP, declared that Upendra possessed “greater ideological-moral values” than Nitish and Lalan.

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