Better sense seem to have prevailed.After the JD-U gag order by Mr Sharad Yadav.
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar and his party have made it clear that will leave the NDA if the BJP projects Modi as PM candidate but according to Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy it is unlikely that the JD(U) will be leaving the NDA.
“If they express an opinion they have a right. They are an important part of the NDA. This is not a rigid alliance, its a flexible alliance,” Swamy said to CNN-IBN in an interview.
Swamy says the NDA is likely to come to power in 2014. Screen grab from CNN IBN
“But if JD(U) were to leave the NDA, just for supposition, the JD(U) will have a big problem,” he added
According to Swamy, the NDA will be a very strong contender for the 2014 general elections.
“There is a ‘hindutva’ wave in the country which people don’t realise. And it is the Congress which have…
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