Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) president Lalu Prasad Yadav said on Saturday that the BJP will be wiped out. He also targeted Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday for attacking Bihar’s ruling Grand Alliance. On Sunday, Lalu will meet Congress leader Sonia Gandhi along with Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
“Don’t worry, the BJP will be wiped out,” he said at the Patna airport before leaving for Delhi. He was asked by journalists at Patna airport on Friday about Shah’s scathing criticism of the Grand Alliance government in Bihar at the Purnia rally on Friday, to which he replied.
Lalu is away from active politics these days due to punishment in many fodder scam cases and many diseases.
The RJD chief told the media in New Delhi, “Amit Shah is absolutely insane. His government there (in Bihar) has been removed. It (BJP) will be wiped out in 2024. That’s why he is running there.” What did he do when he was in Gujarat?
“When he was in Gujarat, there was jungle raj,” Yadav, the former Bihar chief minister, said. When he was told that the BJP was saying that Nitish Kumar would later leave the RJD in his hunger for power, Yadav said that now both of them are together.
The RJD president said, “We are doing everything possible for opposition unity.” He said that this is the agenda of his meeting with Sonia Gandhi.
Nitish Kumar is also scheduled to participate in a rally in Haryana along with Tejashwi Yadav, the Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar and Yadav’s son. Former Haryana Chief Minister Omprakash Chautala is holding this rally, in which many opposition leaders are likely to reach.
‘It will be clear that the pair of Kumar and Yadav will be clean’
Shah on Friday accused Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of stabbing the BJP in the back and trying to realize his dream of becoming the prime minister “sitting in the lap of Congress and RJD”.
In a rally in Purnea, Shah said that in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the pair of Kumar and Yadav will be cleared and a year later BJP will be in Bihar. assembly elections I will get majority on my own. He had said that the BJP does not want the ‘jungle raj’ of the grand alliance.