Patna, July 27: After witnessing betrayal from Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, RJD supremo Lalu Yadav slammed his decision for breaking grand alliance by using an idiom “Vinaash kaale viprit buddhi”.
Not only this, RJD chief said its end of Nitish Kumar and with this step he has betrayed the people of Bihar.
He called Kumar him an “opportunist” for joining hands with BJP camp to regain the power.
Yadav also stated he will appeal in the Supreme court against Bihar governor Keshari Nath Tripathi’s decision to invite JD(U) president Nitish Kumar to form the government with support from the National Democratic Alliance.
Nitish Kumar ka ye antim hai. Vinaash kaale viprit buddhi: Lalu Yadav pic.twitter.com/bd7GIk5Ikd
— ANI (@ANI) July 27, 2017
He argued that since RJD was the single largest party in Bihar, so ironically the governor should have been invited to form the government.
Yadav also claimed the CBI cases against him and his family are part of a conspiracy hatched by the BJP and JDU Chief, adding all allegations are false.
Addressing media, RJD chief also recalled Nitish’s promise of not breaking Bihar’s grand alliance and alleged that he forgot the “anti-communal” goals of it.
He also said Tejeshwi was just in lieu to form alliance with the Bhartiya Janta Party.