Patna: Claiming that RJD`s performance would
be an all time low this elections in Bihar, the BJP on Saturday said
the RJD-LJP alliance would "disintegrate" after the Assembly
"We are sure that the RJD`s performance will be an all
time low. And its alliance with LJP of Ramvilas Paswan will
fall flat and disintegrate after the 2010 polls," BJP general
secretary Ananth Kumar, who is also in-charge of party affairs
in Bihar, told reporters.
Accusing the RJD and the Congress of "being
interchangeable and transferable," Kumar said this election
was a fight between destruction and development.
"The NDA riding on the crest of development would be able
to improve its 2005 tally and form the government with
comfortable majority. Rather we see unprecedented victory for
the NDA this time," he added.
On the repeated statements of Congress leaders for giving
central assistance to Bihar, Kumar said the Centre has to give
funds to every state in keeping with the federal structure and
it has not given any undue favour to Bihar.
"We would like to know from Congress leaders as to in
what respect the central assistance they treat is sufficient
and more than other states," Kumar added.
The BJP leader accused the Centre of failing to provide
necessary funds to the state for providing relief to the
flood-hit people of Bihar in 2008 and also to the
"There is a massive polarisation of forces in favour of
development under the NDA and against the return of a `jungle
raj` of RJD in Bihar," he said adding that this time there was
a fight between the NDA and RJD-LJP combine, while the
Congress was no where in the picture.
On the manifesto released by the Congress promising
development, Kumar said it is ”eyewash".