Both the MLAs said that the Chief Minister has assured them that NRC will not be implemented at any cost in the state. It may be known that in the past few days, differences in the JDU have come to the fore about the Citizenship Amendment Act and NRC.

On the issue of the National Register of Citizenship (NRC), the problems of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar are not being named. Janata Dal United’s stance on NRC has caused resentment among many party leaders. CM is under increasing pressure on this issue.

Two JDU MLAs have taken a rebel stand regarding NRC. Two party MLAs Naushad Alam and Mujahid Alam say that if NRC is applicable in Bihar, he will resign from both the party and the assembly. It is known that the party vice-president and election strategist Prashant Kishore has also given a jolt to Nitish Kumar for amending the citizenship law.

Both the MLAs said that the Chief Minister has assured them that NRC will not be implemented at any cost in the state. It may be known that in the past few days, differences in the JDU have come to the fore about the Citizenship Amendment Act and NRC. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is in a state of dilemma and dilemma after these differences come to the fore.

In such a situation, they do not know with whom to support them. It is being told that perhaps this is the reason why Chief Minister Nitish has not said anything openly on both these issues so far. On the other hand BJP and Home Minister Amit Shah have clearly said that NRC will be implemented throughout the country.

Prashant Kishore had said that he had given his opinion contrary to the party’s stand on the citizenship law. Prashant Kishore had tweeted that the Citizenship Amendment Act was passed by a majority in Parliament. Apart from the judiciary, now 16 non-BJP chief ministers have the responsibility to save the soul of India, as these are the states where it has to be implemented.

He further wrote, ‘3 Chief Ministers (Punjab, Kerala and West Bengal) have rejected the CAA and NRC and now the time has come for other states to clarify their stand.’ After this, JDU General Secretary RCP Singh had bluntly said that if Prashant Kishore wants to leave the party, he is free to do so. Singh lashed out at PK, saying that he was included in the party on compassionate grounds anyway.

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