publicly questioning the JD(U)’s tie-up with the BJP
for Delhi assembly elections, saying he was “free to go” wherever he likes.
Kumar, who heads the JD(U), also expressed strong displeasure over Varma, a national general secretary of the party, sharing on the social media a letter wherein he had made mention of the chief minister having expressed apprehensions “in private” about the BJP’s “divisive” agenda.
Watch | #NitishKumar on JD(U) leader #PawanVerma ‘s letter to him on #CAA & #NRC : If anyone has any issues then th… https://t.co/IijOoJfE88
— TOI Patna (@TOIPatna) 1579762030000
“He is a learned man for whom I have a lot of respect even if he may not have similar sentiments for me. But is it proper to share such things in public and not on a party forum? What if I start sharing what he said to me in public?”, Kumar told reporters here.
This is the letter I have written to @NitishKumar today asking him how the JD(U) has formed an alliance with the… https://t.co/c4vtYijarL
— Pavan K. Varma (@PavanK_Varma) 1579587730000
Responding to Varma’s repeated demands for “ideological clarity”, Kumar said, “The JD(U)s stand is very clear…he is free to go wherever he likes”.