New Delhi: Even as the entire party leadership is busy with Karnataka polls, the BJP Friday signalled its on focus on Bihar hasn’t diminished as it inducted Ajay Alok, former associate of Bi- her chief minister Nitish Kumar. Alok, for years the JD(U) spokesperson, had left the party following differences with Kumar over joining hands with RJD.
Alok joined the BJP in presence of railway minister Ashwini Vaishya and party’s national media head Anil Balanid.
Joining the BJP is like coming to a family, Alok said, vowing to contribute to the ‘Modi mission’.
The country is today moving in the same direction as the Prime Minister, he told reporters. “It’s not a day to say much. The party works for the welfare of the poor and the deprived and if I can contribute even 1% to the Modi mission, it will be a matter of pride for me,” Alok further said.