Yadav who started his three-day Jan Samvad Yatra to meet the people of Bihar to discuss the effect of Kumar's withdrawal from the grand alliance accused him of breaking people's trust by forging an alliance with BJP.
Meanwhile, reports are coming that the faction unhappy with the Chief Minister's decision headed by Yadav - the second-most prominent face in the party - is deliberating over expelling their president Nitish Kumar.
Asked whether his trip amounted to "anti-party activity", Yadav, who is the leader of the party in the Upper House, said, "I do not want to make any comment".
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"I will undertake a yatra in the state and talk to the people", he added.
Day one of the tour will see Yadav covering Patna-Sonpur-Muzaffarpur, while on day two he will be visiting Muzaffarpur-Darbhanga-Madhubani. Yadav, who is in the state on a three-day tour, to hold "direct dialogue" with the people, expressed his unhappiness over Nitish joining hands with BJP to form a new government and dubbed it as "betrayal of the mandate".
"The disintegration of Grand Alliance government in Bihar has broken the trust of 11 crore citizens of the state", Yadav said, pointing out the competing manifestoes that the Grand Alliance and the BJP-led NDAhad put during the 2015 polls. JD (U) Rajya Sabha MP Harivansh, on the other hand, said Sharad seems to have left the party voluntarily. "It was the people of Bihar which wanted to check the rise of communal and casteist forces", Yadav added.
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The Janata Dal (United) has been wary of associating with the senior leader as only a handful of party workers came to the airport to receive him. "I still back the mahagathbandhan and stand with it". Even on way to Muzaffarpur, he was received by Sonepur RJD MLA and other RJD leaders at different places.
Sources said Mr Yadav would tour Bihar from August 10-13, so he would not attend the meeting himself. "The man, who has made Lalu Prasad, Tejashwi and Misa Bharti as his icons, should also explain why he quit when he was charged in Hawala scam", the JD (U) spokesperson Neeraj Kumar, considered a close Nitish aide, was unsparing in his attack on Sharad. Nitish ji has insulted the mandate given in favour of Mahagathbandhan of RJD, JD (U) and Congress for his own ambition and desire to remain in power.
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