Ajay Alok after his suspension from JDU


After Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal (United) decision expelled several members of the office including spokesperson Ajay Alok, the suspended JDU leader addressed exclusively to Republic Television and stressed that he did not understand the meaning of “anti-party” activities. Earlier on Wednesday, State President Umesh Kushwaha passed the deportation order for Alok, in addition to Anil Kumar and Vipin Kumar Yadav.

Speaking to Republic, suspended JDU leader Ajay Alok said, “I don’t understand the meaning of the anti-party activities. But I respect the decision of my senior leadership.”

Further alleging that Rohingyas and Bangladeshis are afflicting India, he said, “I strongly believe that Rohingyas and Bangladeshis are illegal immigrants.”

He added that he supported the position of Janata Dal (United) on the caste census.

Recently in May, the two main ruling constituents of the NDA – BJP and JD(U) – reached consensus on the caste-based census amid reports of concern among alliance partners in the power in Bihar.

Talking about joining other political parties, Ajay Alok said he is happy where he is and will not need to join any party.

“I am a doctor and this identity is not because of the JDU,” he added.

Nitesh Kumar’s JD(U) ejects Ajay Alok and three others from party

On Tuesday June 14, the party led by Nitish Kumar expelled four leaders, including party spokesman Ajay Alok for “anti-party activities”. Meanwhile, the sources within JD-U have suggested that Ajay Alok, State Secretaries General Anil Kumar, Vipin Kumar Yadav and Jitendra Niraj have been removed from their positions due to their closeness to the Minister of Health. Union RCP Singh.

The notification undersigned by Party State Chairman Umesh Kushwaha said: “We have given prominent positions to leaders to strengthen the organizational structure of the party. We expect them to strengthen our leader Nitish Kumar Ji thanks to their efforts. In recent months, we have witnessed anti-party activities by these leaders.”

“These leaders were involved in deceiving party workers. We gave instructions to these leaders in the past but they refused to listen to us,” he added.

Following the announcement, Ajay Alok said ANI, “The party took a long time to take action. It’s a good riddance. I thank them.”

(Image: ANI)


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