PATNA: RJD president Lalu Prasad today said the BJP-led NDA would badly lose the next Lok Sabha elections.
“Prime Minister Modi is trying to hold the next LS elections in 2018 itself, instead of 2019. But wherever the elections are held, the BJP would badly lose the polls owing to huge resentment among the masses,” he said addressing party’s national executive meeting in Patna on Sunday.
“Chunao me Modi ka safaya tay hai,” he predicted.
He said lurking fear of cow vigilantism had turned the Asia’s famous Sonepur cattle fair into a fair without cattle.
“Earlier people used to fear the lion but now they fear cows out of lurking fear of being killed by cow vigilante groups,” he claimed.
He also rejected the significance of Nitish Kumar who heads JD-U and said his main fight would be with “communal forces” in the next LS polls.
Prasad further charged the chief minister with going it alone in Gujarat elections just to cut into the Patel votes and help the BJP.
“JD-U is an ally of the BJP. If it wants to contest elections, it should have done that in alliance with the BJP,” the RJD chief said.
He said he was in touch with Gujarat Patidar leader Hardik Patel.