Patna: The ruling Janata Dal (United) on Wednesday
said it will implement the Bihar model of development if the
party is voted to power in other states.
State unit president Vashistha Narayan Singh said at a
party function here that the NDA government headed by Nitish
Kumar provided good governance in Bihar for past six years and
changed the perception of people towards the state.
He further said the party will contest the coming Assembly
polls in five states and seek mandate on the agenda to
replicate its performance in Bihar.
On contesting polls in Uttar Pradesh and other four states
alone, Singh said it was not for the first time the party and
ally BJP were contesting the polls separately and stressed
that absence of a tie-up in these states will not affect their
relations in Bihar.
Nitish Kumar and other ministers will campaign for JD(U)
candidates in the poll-bound states, but their schedule was
yet to be finalised, Singh said.
Meanwhile, police officer Shridhar Mandal and RJD youth
wing general secretary Dhruv Kumar Budhpriya today joined the