Bihar chief minister and JD (U) chief Nitish Kumar, while addressing a conference said that they have no differences with BJP but the party would never compromise with certain issues like Article 370, Uniform Civil Code and construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya. “Our party’s stand on these issues remains the same,” he said.
“It has been our view that Article 370 should not be removed. Similarly, Uniform Civil Code should not be imposed on anyone and the issue of Ram temple at Ayodhya should be either resolved through dialogue or court order,” Nitish said.
However, on the other hand, BJP is of high belief to impose Uniform Civil Code and abrogation of Article 370. This will provide the residents of Jammu & Kashmir special status. Moreover, BJP has always kept the issue of Ram Temple construction in Ayodhya at its top priority list ever since the Babri Masjid was demolished in 1992.
Nitish also said that despite JD (U) not joining the NDA Government in the center, his relations with PM Narendra Modi are might fine and cordial.
“It is a matter of relationship. It has not changed. There are no differences with BJP. JD (U)’s relation with BJP is also as strong as it was in the past,” This was disclosed by Nitish through the sidelines of Samvad, a programme run by the state government for citizen connections.
He also said that all though he isn’t a part of the union cabinet anymore, this must not affect the implementation of the developmental schemes in the state.
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