Setback for Upendra Kushwahas ahead of merger with JD (U)

Patna, 12/3 (AO Bureau): In Bihar politics, the Luv-Kush equation is going to come together once again. Actually, the script for the merger of Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP) with Janata Dal-United (JDU) is ready. But before this script, RLSP Chief Upendra Kushwaha has received a big setback. Many leaders, including his state president, have joined the RJD.

Upendra Kushwaha’s party RLSP state president Virendra Kushwaha, state general secretary Nirmal Kushwaha, women cell chief Madhu Manjari have joined the RJD along with the workers. Actually, Nitish Kumar’s party of Upendra Kushwaha’s party RLSP is going to merge in JDU. Several rounds of meetings have also been held between the two leaders. It is believed that Upendra Kushwaha is going to take a final decision on this after the important meeting of his party on 14 March. But even before this decision is taken, the party seems to be broken.

Even during the assembly elections in Bihar, the then RLSP state president Bhudev Chaudhary had left Upendra Kushwaha. After the election results, National Treasurer Rajesh Yadav and National Spokesperson Prof. Subodh Mehta has also left the party and joined the lantern. There has been a tremendous breakdown in Upendra Kushwaha’s party in the last months, which is still going on. In such a situation, what is the effect of these shakes on the merger, it will be a matter to be seen.

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