Even though one of the biggest orchestrated political slugfest by Nitish Kumar in Bihar might have come to settle for a while with JD(U) getting NDA’s support, but Thursday morning witnessed cracks within itself after a party MLA objected to former Chief Minister’s move of joining hands with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Condemning Nitish Kumar’s decision of joining hands with BJP, JDU MP Ali Anwar said that his conscience does not permit him to support this decision of Nitish Kumar.

Further speaking on the matter, JD(U) MP Ali Anwar said, “Will voice my opinion in the party if I get an opportunity.”

Joining the chorus of JD(U) MP was Congress leader, Digvijaya Singh who took to his Twitter handle to condemn the Bihar Governor’s decision of allowing BJP to form government with JD(U) and ruling the single largest party of Bihar, RJD.

Taking to his Twitter handle, Digvijaya said that once again the Bihar Governor has violated the administration, Constitutional rules.

Joining the league of criticism for Nitish Kumar’s move and Guv’s act, RJD handle tweeted, “A Governor should act as custodian of Constitution, not as Centre’s stooge. He can’t ignore single largest party & largest pre-poll alliance.”

The sudden end of the two-year Bihar alliance will considerably wind the attempt of the opposition to build a party front that is hoping to stop Prime Minister Narendra Modi from winning a second term in upcoming 2019 elections.