LUCKNOW Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) president Jayant Chaudhary will skip the opposition leaders’ assembly in Patna on Friday due to a “pre-decided household programme”.
Chaudhary wrote to Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar informing him that he received’t have the option to make it to the assembly. The letter got here amid speculations that not like Samajwadi Social gathering president Akhilesh Yadav, the RLD chief desires the Congress on board in UP in the alliance for the 2024 Lok Sabha polls.
Nonetheless, Chaudhary hoped the assembly might be an “essential milestone in the trail of opposition unity.”
RLD leaders denied any variations between the 2 allies (SP-RLD), saying that Jayant Chaudhary was not in a place to attend the assembly due to private motive. They stated he was abroad since June 16.
The letter that the RLD launched on Thursday was dated June 12.
Chaudhary wrote: “The necessity of the hour is that like-minded opposition events unite whereas dictatorial and communal powers have change into a menace to democracy and societal concord. After holding discussions on the nation’s issues and challenges, the opposition can put ahead a visionary and pragmatic method in entrance of the folks. Collectively, we will win the boldness of youth, ladies, farmers and disadvantaged sections and convey about constructive change in the nation. I’m assured that the assembly might be an essential step in the direction of opposition unity. I want you all the perfect for succeeding in your goal.”
Nationwide coordinator of Group RLD (a wing of RLD), Anupam Mishra stated: “The RLD stands united to strengthen opposition unity. Some agenda pushed sections are spreading rumours and triggering speculations that the RLD has distanced itself from the opposition assembly, nevertheless it’s fully false. Jayant Chaudhary ji is abroad for a pre-decided household engagement.”