Former Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav, while talking to media persons after his return to Patna on Friday evening, predicted that a mid-term election in the state is imminent, so we should be ready for it.
“We have asked our leaders as well as workers of the party to start preparation for the mid-term election in the state, which appears to be imminent,” Yadav told reporters.
According to the RJD leader, the current alliance between BJP and JD(U) would be severed once the task of BJP was accomplished.
“BJP has to get some tasks accomplished by Nitish,” Yadav said.
When asked about the possibility of formation of RJD-JD(U) government, Yadav said: “We have been a witness to such political developments in the state in the past as well. Four governments were formed in just four years”
However, the RJD leader clarified to the media that the question of any offer to Nitish Kumar from the RJD doesn’t arise.
Yadav’s remarks came a day after JD(U) MLA Gopal Mandal has claimed that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will step down from his post after six months and RJD’s Tejashwi Yadav will form the government in the state. Anyway, Mandal has made a U-turn on Saturday.
Tejashwi Yadav also took a dig at the current NDA government and said there is resentment among every section of society.
“Be it youth, farmers, or for that matter even Jeevika workers, everybody is disappointed,” Yadav added.