Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Lalu appeals the opposition parties to unite against BJP, but no mention of JD(U) of Nitish

Patna: Lalu addressed the workers in the program organized on the 21st year of inauguration day of RJD. Taking this opportunity, RJD supremo Lalu Yadav appealed to leaders of similar ideology and parties to come together against BJP. He took the name of many leaders, but did not take the name of the Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in the Bihar government. Discussions have begun in this matter of political circles in Bihar. Some people consider it the end of the coalition. Significantly, BJP leader Sushil Modi had recently said that the JDU and the RJD alliance would be broken soon.

Laloo Yadav is scheduled to hold a mega rally in Patna on 27th August. He said, "If Mayawati and Akhilesh become able to mend their ways, then the BJP’s " game will over". There is a complete possibility that both will be available in the next election." He said, "Whatever Mayawati, Arvind Kejriwal, Mamta, Priyanka Gandhi, or for that matter Robert Vadra, BJP is trying to break, as the party known that if all become one, it will be finished in the next parliamentary election.

On the other hand, senior BJP leader Sushil Modi in Delhi said, "Nitish Kumar does not have a match with Lalu Yadav as he was with BJP." He said, "Anything in politics cannot be predicted, but in my opinion the coalition is on the verge of breaking. It will not last five years. "

He also said, "Nitish Kumar is a big leader, it is very difficult to say anything in his next step, on one hand he supports our presidential candidate Ramnath Kovind, on the other hand he is silent on Lalu's case. Only he can tell what is going on in his mind. " Modi said, "Whoever opines about Nitish Kumar in a haste, gets wrong by his very next move. So, the style of functioning of Nitish should be watched from close quarters.

After giving support to Nitish Kumar's NDA-backed presidential candidate Ramnath Kovind, everything in the alliance is not doing well in Bihar. Often these fears are getting strengthened that Nitish Kumar is going to BJP's party. Congress and RJD had opposed this move of Nitish Kumar. The leaders of the parties involved in the General elections had openly rhetoric against each other.

Although both Nitish Kumar and Lalu Yadav are telling the coalition to be as solid and resolute as rock, but given the verbal spat that crop up on and off between the ruling grand alliance, all things do not look bright and beautiful.

Although Nitish Kumar has denied reports about his association with the BJP, he has made it clear that he will not be the PM candidate for the 2019 general election. Nitish Kumar has advised the opposition parties to prepare various schemes to cover the BJP.


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