Patna: Ruling NDA in Bihar today accused
opposition RJD and Congress of conspiring to bring the state
under central rule, which, it said, was evident from the
behaviour of the parties` MLAs in the two houses of the
"RJD and Congress are conspiring to bring the state
under central rule in a bid to indirectly capture power in
Bihar," state NDA convenor N K Yadav told reporters here.
Alleging that the MLAs of the two parties took the two
houses of the state legislature to ransom by creating unruly
scenes, disrupting proceedings, overturning tables and chairs,
tearing papers and even throwing slippers at the speaker`s
podium, Yadav said "It reflects that the two parties are out
to destabilise the state government doing good for people.``
"People of the state have already rejected the two
opposition parties and their dream of capturing power will
come a cropper as they stand exposed everywhere in the
society," he claimed.
State BJP Chief C P Thakur and his JD(U) counterpart
Vijay Kumar Choudhary said the acts of the MLAs of the two
parties reminded the people of `jungle raj and reign of
terror` unleashed by RJD and Congress in Bihar for 15 years.
"People of the state are favourably inclined to
ensure victory of NDA for a second term," they added.