Published: Sat, August 12, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

I sent Ali Anwar to attend Opposition meet: Sharad Yadav

I sent Ali Anwar to attend Opposition meet: Sharad Yadav

Meanwhile, Yadav said that he had sent party leader Ali Anwar, who has been suspended from the membership of the parliamentary party, to the meeting of Opposition parties on Saturday.

Janata Dal (U) Rajya Sabha members on Saturday removed Sharad Yadav as their leader in the House and replaced him with R.C.P Singh, a senior party leader said.

The JD (U) has 10 members in the Rajya Sabha. Keeping a track of all the actions of Sharad Nitish and JD (U) are clear that Sharad is going against the party and will soon move to a split in the party.

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Yadav is now leading a campaign against the party in Bihar against Nitish Kumar's move to from Government with BJP support after pulling out of the Grand Alliance with the RJD and Congress. The others are senior leader Shankersinh Vaghela, his son Mahendrasinh, Raghavji Patel, Dharmendrasinh Jadeja, C K Raulji, Bholabhai Gohel, and Amit Chaudhary.

With the cancellation of the two votes, the number of first preference votes needed by Congress official nominee Ahmed Patel came down to 44 from 45 earlier. Vaghela, whose resignation from the Congress on July 21 triggered the crisis for the party, voted for BJP even though he had told Ahmed Patel even a day before polling that his vote was "reserved" for Patel, according to a source in the party. While the BJP promptly pitted Rajput against Patel in the RS polls, other Congress MLAs began indicating openly that Patel would lose, forcing the Congress to pack off 44 of its MLAs to a resort in Bengaluru in an attempt to fend off more "poaching" by the BJP. In addition, six party MLAs did not vote since they had quit the party and resigned from membership of the legislative assembly.

Party spokesperson KC Tyagi also accused Gandhi of "exploiting" the dissidence in the JD (U), saying it is against "political decorum".

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