Win and loss happen: Lalu Prasad Yadav on Congress
Ranchi: Badly defeated in the recent Assembly elections in four states and in Delhi, the Congress today got some solace in RJD chief Lalu Prasad, when he said "win and loss do happen".
"Win and loss happen like good and bad days," 65-year-old Yadav said when asked to comment on Congress` drubbing in the recent Assembly elections.
He claimed misleading promises had led to the chaotic situation in Delhi where government formation has become difficult.
Yadav, who said he would go around the country uniting secular forces, did not commit when asked whether he would back Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi as the prime ministerial candidate.
"I will tell about the remaining political issues in Patna," the former Bihar Chief Minister added.
Lalu was released from the Birsa Munda Central Jail during the day and is expected to reach Patna tomorrow after being behind bars for two-and-a-half-months following his five-year prison term in a fodder scam case.
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