Ranchi: The RJD on Thursday said it would support
any anti-BJP formation in Jharkhand as suspense remained high
over which party would first stake claim to form the seventh
government in a little over nine years of the state`s
"Any anti-BJP dispensation will get our support," RJD`s
Jharkhand unit general secretary Manohar Yadav said.
The RJD, which has got just five seats, down by two from
the previous House, had been the `king-maker` during the
formation of Madhu Koda and Shibu Soren governments after the
fall of the BJP-led NDA government in September 2006.
Bidesh Singh, who won as independent from Panki seat, had
been elected on a RJD ticket from the same seat in 2005.