ANI Photo | “RLD is fighting from two seats in Lok Sabha elections”: RLD chief Jayant Chaudhary on alliance with NDA

On alliance with NDA, RLD chief Jayant Chaudhary on Wednesday said that the RLD has joined the NDA as a constituent party and is contesting from two seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections for which the candidates have also been declared.
Speaking to ANI, he said, “Many schemes have been brought by the Government of India for farmers. Many will be brought soon. Whoever is the representative of RLD in the government will try to do better for the farmers.”
When asked about removing the chief minister of Haryana, Chaudhary said that “There must have been some reasons. This is an internal matter of the BJP.”
Earlier on March 3, Chaudhary’s Rashtriya Lok Dal formally joined the BJP-led NDA alliance. He also met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in the national capital and announced the tie-up on his official X.
In a post on X, Union Home Minister Amit Shah shared photographs with Chaudhary and wrote, “I welcome Rashtriya Lok Dal President Shri @jayantrld ji to the NDA family. Expressing confidence in the policies of Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi ji, he joined NDA and will further strengthen our resolve for the upliftment of farmers, poor and deprived classes.”
“NDA is committed to cross 400 in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections and build a developed India in the Amrit Kaal,” he added.
“Under the leadership of Shri @narendramodi ji, India is becoming a parallel witness to development and poor welfare! Met @AmitShah ji and @JPNadda ji and decided to join #NDA. NDA is ready to fulfil the resolve of developed India and the slogan of crossing 400 this time,” Chaudhary posted on X

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