Rashtriya Janata Dal chief and veteran socialist Lalu Yadav on Sunday launched a scathing attack against the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party at the Union and said that the country is “heading towards civil war.”
“The way BJP is working, the country is moving towards civil war,” Yadav said In a video message. “I call upon the people to unite against inflation, unemployment and corruption in the country. We have to stay united and fight.”
The parties that believe in secular ideals should unite to fight against the BJP, urged former Bihar CM.
“We cannot back off,” Yadav said. “We will stay together and we will fight.”
Yadav, 73 is currently out on bail on grounds of poor health in a case related to the alleged fodder scam.
Yadav also took to Twitter to pay tribute to Jayaprakash Narayan. He said: “As student leaders under his leadership 48 years ago, we fought against the dictatorship and are now fighting in the present as well. We are born to fight against inequality and totalitarian system.”