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With Janta Parivar unity, JDU seeks to step up anti-BJP push

In a bid to rally anti-BJP forces, JD(U), which is pushing for unity among splinter groups of Janata Parivar, said all parties with similar principles and ideology should come together to counter the saffron party’s “divisive” ideology which was dangerous for the country.

“It (BJP) will have to be isolated, since its ideology is more dangerous to the country. We should unite and come together. The ideology of BJP is not mainstream ideology. The basic idea is dividing the society and there is a need for others to unite,” former Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar told reporters while replying to queries related to conversion and other controversies.

Kumar, who was here in connection with the merger of Socialist Janata (Democratic) led by MP Virendra Kumar with Janata Dal (United), said to resist the BJP’s “communal policies, which divided the society, people of all common principles and ideology should come together. Hence the merger of all the socialist parties.”  JD(U) President Sharad Yadav said the split in the socialist movement and the Janata Party has cost the country heavily, as it led to the growth of BJP. “Now we are concentrating on larger merger of all the splinter groups. After the merger we may seek all options favourable for the growth of the socialist movement and resisting the growth of BJP’s ideology,” said Yadav.

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