Making an appeal for the revival of Janata Dal, Nitish Kumar has also appealed to all the Non-BJP regional outfits and its leaders to extend their support ensuring the defeat of divisive forces led by Bhartiya Janata Party, as it will become the turning point of Indian politics for the unity and formation of bigger Janata Dal parivar.
While giving details, K C Tyagi, Rajya Sabha MP and Janta Dal (United) spokesperson, K C Tyagi has said that JDU president Sharad Yadav has already announced to support the INLD led by Om Prakash Chautala in the upcoming assembly elections.
Tyagi further informed that Sharad Yadav and Nitish Kumar will hold public rallies in different parts of Haryana jointly organized by INLD and JD(U).
Welcoming the support of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) to INLD in Haryana elections, JDU has also appealed Modi government's key ally and Punjab CM, Prakash Singh Badal to join hands with the Janta Dal Parivar against the "divisive forces"
"This assembly election of Haryana reminds us the elections of the state in year 1987 when Devi Lal swept the polls and which became the rallying point and consolidation of Janata Dal in 1988 under the leadership of Devi Lal and V P Singh, said K C Tyagi.
Tyagi also added that Sharad Yadav is making all round efforts and is in touch with many regional outfits to form a larger Janta Dal.
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