Rajya Sabha JD (U) MP Ali Anwar on Thursday expressed his reservation over Nitish Kumar’s decision to join hands with BJP.
While talking to media, Ali Anwar said Nitish Kumar has done what the latter’s conscience said “But, my conscience does not allow me to support the decision of Nitish Kumar,” he said.
Anwar said he will voice his opinion in the party if he gets an opportunity over the issue.
“Will voice my opinion in the party if I get an opportunity,” he said.
Nitish ji ne apni aatma ki awaaz par BJP ke saath jaane ka faisla kiya lekin mera zameer gawara nhi karta:Ali Anwar,JDU pic.twitter.com/y8hsCam3sq— ANI (@ANI_news) July 27, 2017
On Wednesday, Citing irreconcilable differences with the senior ally over corruption charges against Tejashwi, son of Lalu Prasad, Kumar announced his resignation after meeting Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi, hours after the RJD supremo rejected outright the demand for his son's ouster.
Later, the BJP had handed over to Bihar Governor Keshri Nath Tripathi the letter extending support to Nitish Kumar for forming the next government.
State BJP chief Nityanand Rai and senior party leader Sushil Kumar Modi had gone to Raj Bhavan and handed over the letter.