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Return of Lalu will mean return of terror: Nitish

Asserting that his political opponents had made the task of the NDA staging a comeback in Bihar easy, Nitish Kumar today said the return of the Lalu Prasad led alliance would pave the way for `return of the rule of terror`.



Rajgir: Asserting that his political
opponents had made the task of the NDA staging a comeback in
Bihar easy, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today said the return
of the Lalu Prasad led alliance would pave the way for `return
of the rule of terror`.

"Our political opponents have made our task easy. Some
tasks have been accomplished by the NDA government by carrying
forward development, while the remaining has been made easy by
the opposition (by projecting Prasad as chief ministerial
candidate)," Kumar told the concluding session of the two-day
workers` camp of the JD(U) here.

"People know the return of Lalu in Bihar will mean the
return of the rule of terror that was unleashed during the
15-year rule of Lalu and Rabri Devi," he claimed.

He also critcised Prasad`s stint as railway minister
alleging railway accidents were on the rise because the former
Railway Minister had ignored safety measures taken by the NDA
when it was in power at the Centre.

"Prasad tried to take the credit for the so called
turnaround in railways because of the good work done by me
under the NDA government," Kumar, also a former railway
minister, said.

"We can find out from the present railway minister
what Prasad did for Railways during his five year tenure at
the Rail Bhavan. Only Prasad is responsible for the plight
of the railways," he said.

PTI

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