Patna: Former Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi and RJD insurgent MP Pappu Yadav alias Rajesh Ranjan currently termed a fondness between Nitish Kumar and RJD arch Lalu Prasad as an “immoral fondness diligent with risk for Bihar.”
“The fondness between Kumar and Prasad is incorrigible and a solitary aim is to constraint power. It is really dangerous for Bihar. The open has seen their order and what they have finished to a state. It is a avocation to better or cancel it,” Manjhi said.
Manjhi, who shaped Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) (Secular) after resigning from a Chief Minister’s post in Feb this year pronounced “We contingency take assistance of BJP to better a JD(U) and RJD alliance”.
Yadav, who has shaped Jan Karnti Adhikar Morcha (JKAM) after his exclusion from RJD, pronounced “Kumar is a fraudulent chairman who has divided a multitude in many tools by categorising them as ‘pasmanda, non-pasmanda Muslims’, mahadalits, intensely back castes and so on.”
“Kumar has not finished anything on land reforms and land roof notwithstanding a fact that those who compartment a land as share-croppers keep pang due to vagaries of nature, while those who possess a land accumulate all a remuneration supposing by a government,” Yadav added.
The JKAM personality indicted Kumar of “dislodging all dalit ministers from his cabinet” and also took on Prasad by branding him as “the many community person” who has kept personification his label of impediment BJP personality Lal Krishna Advani during his ‘rath yatra’ in Bihar.
“When a whole universe was surpassing by ushering in mercantile reforms, Prasad kept Bihar backward. He and Kumar should not take a name of revolutionary leaders Karpoori Thakur and Ram Manohar Lohia,” Yadav added.
Both Manjhi and Yadav were vocalization during Hindustan Samagam programme, organized by a vernacular daily.
While Manjhi pronounced he has thrown his weight behind BJP notwithstanding ideological differences given Prime Minister Narendra Modi led supervision during a Centre has left out a argumentative issues of Article 370, Common Civil Code and Babri Masjid, Yadav remained neutral about going with a saffron party.
“I still contend that Narendra Modi is a master in selling and display dreams. Some people in BJP still speak about ‘love jehad’. It (ruling BJP) is perplexing to tinker with educational syllabuses and chronological things. we ask it not to do so,” Yadav said.
“I am in tough with Manjhi and not with BJP,” he added.
The insurgent RJD MP pronounced he has shaped JKAM to yield a convincing third choice with a assistance of a girl of a state.
He also demanded that Kumar should ask Enforcement Directorate (ED) to examine all a ministers, MLAs and MPs in a state who have amassed outrageous wealth.