Rift within NDA wide open
June 20, 2012
New Delhi/Patna, June 20 (ANI): Reacting to RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat’s comments that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has no right to decide who is secular and who is not, JD(U) leader Ramesh Chandra Thakur said that they cannot agree to the RSS leader’s views facilitating religious extremism. Bhagwat had also stressed that India should have a pro-Hindu radical Prime Minister. The BJP reacted to the remarks by the JD(U) leaders by stating that nobody has the right to give secular certificates to anybody. JD(U) Chief Sharad yadav refused to comment over the contentious issue.
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