ALSO READCongress reaches out to Nitish Kumar as questions linger over Bihar grand alliance I won't be hankering for the PM's post in 2019, says Nitish Kumar Bihar: Despite friction, Grand Alliance sees virtue of unity RJD chief Lalu Prasad hits out at Nitish Kumar, calls him 'Paltu Ram' Presidential Polls: Nitish Kumar keeping the grand alliance on tenterhooks
He also refuted reports that some party MLAs are likely to join the ruling JD(U).
"Nitish Kumar's decision to join hands with the BJP to form the government after dumping the Grand Alliance is against the principles and values of democracy," Scindia, a former Union minister and Congress MP, told the media here.
Scindia was in the state capital on a day-long visit to attend a meeting of the party that aims to strengthen its reach among the people.
"But contrary to the mandate given by the people, Nitish Kumar joined hands with the Bharatiya Janata Party and formed the government," he added.
Scindia also refuted reports of any split in the party's state unit. Slamming media reports, Scindia said, "Congress is united and intact and will remain so in future."
(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)