New Delhi: Janata Dal (United) is out of words for the much hyped polls campaign that has been launched by the Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. The party has decided to contest elections on its own this year.
Party's president Sharad Yadav, however, says that he can’t comment over the methods that people have been adopting to contest the polls in the recent past. "We are out of words to comment on who would conduct elections in what ways," Yadav says.
Yadav, earlier said, "NDA comprises of the larger party in BJP. We may look forward for coalition with BJP wherever it asks us for except for Gujarat."
Sharad Yadav lead party would be swamping their polls campaign for Gujarat from Wednesday. The campaign would be blown with Javed Raza and Chadraj Singhvi. It would be a four-days election tour.
There is definitely no point about any sort of rift with Modi’s government. Especially, when we haven't fought any election in association with BJP in Gujarat.
He was asked whether BJP and JD(U), contesting assembly polls in Gujarat disjointedly, will give any notion of fissure between the two in the state.
The JD(U) President also criticized the arrest of cartoonist Aseem Trivedi in Congress-NCP ruled Maharashtra saying, "Trivedi is not traitor. If he had made some cartoon, which was found offensive, it would have been better ignored."