Patna: RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Monday ridiculed
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for undertaking yatras across the
state to highlight the performance of his government and
quipped that the latter`s yatras were aimed at bidding adieu
to the public ahead of the assembly polls.
"Kumar was aware of the non-performance of his government
and so he was taking out Vishwas Yatra to apparently bid a
good bye to the people knowing fully well that the ruling
alliance will bite the dust at the polls," Prasad said at a
function here on the occasion of Bhamashah Jayanti here.
Attacking the JD(U)-BJP government for its allround
failure in the past four years and six months, Prasad slammed
the chief minister for hiding his government`s pathetic
performance by creating a fear psychosis among the public
about the much hyped law and order issues during the 15 years
of RJD government.
Prasad appealed to the people to not get swayed by Kumar`s
rhetorics and remain united behind the RJD at the hustings
later this year, he said quoting the sermon of Lord Buddha -
Buddham Sarnam Gachchhami, Sangham Saranam Gachchhami.