“Respected Nitish Kumarji and the JD (U) have supported the demonetisation move by the Centre only in the national interest. We welcome the appreciation from the BJP, but if you see any change in the political equation, then the chief minister has already made his stand very specific that there should not be any speculation,” JD(U) chief Dr Sunil Kumar advised ANI.
“As far as nationwide curiosity is worried, we’re with the Centre and its insurance policies like demonetisation and placing benami properties beneath the scanner. The JD(U) authorities beneath the management of Nitish Kumar will support the Narendra Modi authorities,” he added.
The Bihar Chief Minister whose social gathering, the JD (U), had been a BJP ally until June 2013 has refused to be a part of forces with the opposition which have deliberate a nation-wide protest on Monday.
Kumar stated he supported the forex ban as he’s “convinced” that it could assist in the battle in opposition to black cash.
The first to categorical his gratitude was BJP president Amit Shah, who tweeted his thanks to Kumar for his support, giving mileage to experiences that each had met earlier than Kumar got here out in support of the BJP. Kumar has already scoffed on the report.
Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan additionally praised Kumar, saying it was a welcome step that he has supported this drive in opposition to black cash launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.