Lalu Re-seeks Support from Left, Says Door Open for Them

Again making an attempt to seek support from the Left parties, RJD chief Lalu Prasad has said that after the elections no single party would be in a position to form a government. He said that the door for communists was always open.

In a press conference, Lalu said that the era of coalition governments is here to stay for long and RJD wants the Left and secular forces to come together.

Responding to a query about CMP leader Sitaram Yechuri’s statement that Left was not averse to aligning with even the JD(U) after the polls, RJD chief said, “Do you (the media) think that the Left will join forces with the communal parties. Nitish Kumar (Bihar chief minister) is sitting in the lap of communal BJP. The Left will never allow the communal forces to come to power.”

Reacting to senior Congress leader Gulam Nabi Azad’s statement that it was a “big mistake” on the part of the Congress to have aligned with regional parties in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, Lalu said, “RJD is a national party and all should know that. The Congress virtually has no existence in the two states.”

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