The Bihar Post

‘Nitish would have fled even if Tejashwi quit… Wo shuroo se hi bhagane ki firaq me tha’

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PATNA: RJD chief Lalu Prasad today alleged Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar had been in the lookout for ditching them right since the beginning of joining the Grand Alliance.

“Wo shuroo se hi bhagane ki firaq me tha,” he observed, addressing a Press conference in Patna on Tuesday.

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“What happened is very good. He always hated me. Kahin Saaath mein poster laagne nahin diya (never allowed him to be shown in a poster with me),” he revealed.

He said he would have joined the BJP even if his son, former deputy chief minister Tejashwi Yadav would have resigned.

“We suspected him since beginning but also felt ‘Nitish nahin ja sakta lekin vishwas murkhata thi (despite all the suspicion we felt he can’t ditch us but our faith in him proved wrong),” Prasad revealed.

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He said relying on the chief minister proved disastrous for him and described him as the “Palturam” (biggest turncoat) of Indian politics.

The RJD also accused the chief minister of hatching conspiracy against him and his family in collusion with the BJP and alleged Nitish Kumar was well aware of the CBI raids to be conducted on his premises much in advance.

“The CBI can’t enter anyone house without the support of the government,” he alleged.

He revealed how he saved Nitish Kumar when he appeared in trouble during the 2014 Rajya Sabha elections and then his protégé Jitan Ram Manjhi revolted against him in February 2015.

“Ye aadami zindagi bhar support ke layak nahin raha (he is not worth getting help in troubles),” he said.

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