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Pawan Verma is free to exit- Nitish Kumar

It seems all is not well in Nitish Kumar led Janta Dal(United). He responded to party leader Pavan Verma's letter and catagorically said if can leave the party if he wanted. Kumar said he was surprised by Varma’s public statements. He can go and join any party he likes. My best wishes, the chief minister and party Chief said on Thursday, two days after Varma wrote a letter to the chief minister on the BJP alliance for the Delhi elections. Kumar said that Verma try to understand Janata Dal United. Don’t try to assess the party on the basis of statements by some people. Janata Dal United acts with determination. Our stand on everything is very clear. There is no confusion. Pawan Verma in his tweet welcome  Kumar's statement that there is space for discussion within party, as that is what I asked for.Was never my intention to hurt him. I want party to have ideological clarity.Awaiting reply to my letter,will decide future course of action after that.

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