"Nitish has been our respected political colleague since the JP movement days in 1970s....his decision to part ways with the BJP-led NDA has come as a surprise to me," Swamy said during a function in Muzaffarpur.
Recalling his anti-Congress political ideology, Swamy urged Nitish Kumar, a senior JD-U leader, to reconsider his decision to snap ties with the NDA and return to main Opposition alliance to ensure Congress’ defeat in the next general elections.
"The people want Narendra Modi to become the next Prime Minister to provide strong leadership and good governance in the country," Swamy said and assailed the Congress-led UPA government for presiding over ‘corruption and scams’ during its nearly two-term rule at the Centre.


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