"We will soon knock on the door of the Election Commission to stake claim over the party symbol 'arrow' and inform (people) that the real party is with him (Sharad), not with Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar," senior JD-U leader Arun Srivastav, who is considered close to Sharad Yadav, said.
"The real JD-U belongs to Sharad Yadav and party units in different states across India are with him," Srivastav said.
The JD-U last month split into two factions -- one led by Nitish Kumar and the other by Sharad Yadav -- after the Chief Minister dumped the Grand Alliance of RJD and Congress, and joined hands with the BJP to form a new government.
The Sharad Yadav-led JD-U is holding its Jan Adalat meeting at S.K. Memorial near historic Gandhi Maidan, a common man's locality here.
According to former JD-U minister Ramai Ram, a Sharad Yadav supporter, his meeting is open for all.
JD-U leaders close to Nitish Kumar have repeatedly said the party would act against Sharad Yadav if he attends the RJD rally.
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