'Mahagathbandhan' is 'rock solid': Lalu Prasad asks party leaders to avoid 'unnecessary statements'
Discounting any strain with JD(U), RJD boss Lalu Prasad on Monday said the '<em>mahagathbandhan</em>' is 'rock solid'.
Patna: Discounting any strain with JD(U), RJD boss Lalu Prasad on Monday said the 'mahagathbandhan' is "rock solid".
Prasad thus broke his silence over the utterances made by some of his party leaders in recent days and asked them to share their concerns, if any, instead of airing "unnecessary statements".
"The mahagathbandhan is rock solid and whoever will try to hammer on it (mahagathbandhan's unity) will prove to be a failure. I suggest my partymen to share their concerns, if any, and avoid making unnecessary statements," he said in a series of tweets.
"I can understand the restlessness of RSS, BJP, Paswan ji, and Manjhi ji... Everything is fit and fine (in alliance). They (these leaders) are unnecessary getting tensed," he said.
NDA people should not create any confusion among the people as they are not going to be benefitted at all from their tactics, Prasad said, adding that they (NDA) all are a "tired and defeated people".
Noting that NDA has been in 'coma' for past six months and they should rather think about themselves, the RJD satrap said RSS and BJP leaders including the Prime Minister carried a hugely negative campaign on the issue of 'jungle raj' besides trying to create polarisation on communal lines in Bihar but people of the state swept them (BJP and RSS) away from the state in the hustings.
"NDA leaders are vomiting as they are not able to digest the grand success Mahagathbandhan got" in the assembly polls due to the faith and trust reposed by poor, deprived, Dalits, backwards and minorities in the polls, Prasad said while predicting severe drubbings for NDA in the Lok Sabha elections.
The entire NDA opposition is completely a harassed and dejected lot due to the popularity of mahagathbandhan government, the RJD leader claimed.
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