All is not well in the ruling Janata Dal United (JDU) in Bihar. The party has sacked four of its office-bearers who are looking after the work of the organization. Among them are two general secretaries of the party, a state spokesperson and a state president of a dissolved cell.
Party spokesperson Dr Ajay Alok, state general secretary Anil Kumar and Vipin Kumar Yadav have been suspended from the primary membership of the party, relieving them from their posts. At the same time, Jitendra Neeraj, the cell president of Bhang Samaj Senani, has also been suspended from the primary membership of the party.
Ajay Alok, once a firebrand spokesperson of JDU, has been accused of anti-party activities after he was suspended from the primary membership of the party. Ajay Alok wrote while posting a photo of a copy of an order issued by the party. 'Thanks for freeing me'. Along with this, he himself made the information of his dismissal public and said thank you for freeing me. Obviously. They have chosen their next destination.
Ajay Alok was seen as more inspired by the party line of BJP apart from the party here too. Due to which the image of the party was being affected. If you look at his recent post, then you will find that JDU has been seen avoiding Congress and the party from speaking on the issue of Hindutva. At the same time, Ajay Alok was seen posting aggressive posts on these issues.
Ajay Alok has reacted in his tweet tagging Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and JDU President Lalan Singh on his dismissal. He has thanked Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and President Lalan Singh for this.