“The RSS ideology is not good. It is not in the interest of the country and its people,” he told the media here after his weekly Janata Durbar.
“I am not against any individual,” he added. “My opposition to the RSS is ideological.”
The Janata Dal-United leader reiterated that the need of the hour was a “Sangh-mukt” (Sangh-free) India.
He urged all like-minded parties to unite against the Bharatiya Janata Party.
“It is high time all non-BJP parties and all others opposed to the RSS should unite across the country. Our main aim is to stop the BJP,” he said.
Nitish Kumar on Saturday blamed the BJP for sowing the seeds of social discord in the society.
He said he had never compromised with his ideology despite being part of the BJP-led coalition earlier.