New Delhi: Nitish Kumar will be a subsequent arch apportion even if RJD gets some-more seats than JD(U) in a Bihar public elections, RJD arch Lalu Prasad pronounced on Tuesday.
He pronounced if a grand alliance, that also includes Congress, comes to power, Kumar will occupy a prohibited seat, seeking to put to rest conjecture over his mount if his celebration wins a largest series of seats among a partners.
“Irrespective of who wins a largest series of seats, Nitish Kumar will be a CM of a grand alliance. Our priority is to safeguard that BJP goes behind empty-handed from Bihar,” he told India TV.
He targeted a BJP over RSS arch Mohan Bhagwat’s idea for examination of a reservation policy.
“We all know BJP is a facade of RSS. Bhagwat’s matter creates it transparent that they wish to annul reservation for backwards, SCs and STs. But we will not concede that, come what may…If we have guts, try and annul reservations and be prepared to face a music,” he said.
He indicted BJP of perplexing to damp a top castes and pronounced it was not means to digest a entrance together of dual back standing leaders like himself and Nitish Kumar.
“Everybody knows what was a condition of retrograde and scheduled castes in Bihar before 1990. They had to face insult. Things altered after we became a CM in 1990. we have empowered that territory and now they are removing a respect,” he said.
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Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who was also present, claimed it was comparison BJP personality and afterwards Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi who had “pursuaded” him to cancel a cooking he was to horde for BJP leaders including Narendra Modi who was afterwards his Gujarat counterpart.
Kumar pronounced even a Prime Minister is wakeful of it and it done him (Kumar) “worry” about Sushil Modi’s future.
“In fact, we was concerned in this debate by nothing other than Sushil Modi. It was he who announced that a cooking has been cancelled,” he said.
Sushil Modi, however, pronounced Kumar “hates” a Prime Minister and can go to any extent.
Kumar was also dismissive about SP arch Mulayam Singh Yadav doubt his physical credentials, wondering “do we need any certificate of secularism from him?”