The leader of opposition in Bihar Assembly, Tejashwi Prasad Yadav, on Monday came down heavily on the Janata Dal United’s virtual rally addressed by chief minister Nitish Kumar early in the day. Talking to the media he said in the name of virtual rally he would not let the actual reality hide and escape the mind of the people.
Tejashwi said that it is he who is going to the flood-hit masses and arranging all sorts of help for them, while Nitish has not gone out to the people in the last 140 days. The RJD leader said that it is true Nitish’s experience in politics is much larger than my own age (30 years); he remembers everything what had happened more than 15 years back, but how is it that he is unable to recall what had happened only a year back.”
Tejashwi minced no words to declare Sep 7 virtual rally of the national president of Janata Dal United as a flop show. He claimed that the countdown for the Nitish Kumar government had started and that its days are numbered. The attack has come on the day LJP had in a meeting in New Delhi finalised a list of 143 seats from where the party is going to contest the coming Assembly poll. The party has trusted the responsibility to take the final decision on the issue of its association with the NDA at the hands of party chief Chirag Paswan.