Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav on Wednesday attacked BJP-RSS for making all attempts to break grand alliance in the state. He said that people can see through the conspiracy of BJP-RSS.
"I was never asked to resign. Its RSS-BJP which wants to break the grand alliance, people can see through their conspiracy," said Tejashwi.
Tejashwi said that Sushil Modi is not even a Bihari and he is an outsider, so these people don't care about Bihar's development or its people.
Tejashwi added that Amit Shah had said he wants to see BJP in power in every state, so they are trying all means to break us.
Earlier in the day, RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav on Wednesday said Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar has not asked for Tejashwi’s resignation. Lalu said that Grand Alliance is intact and Nitish Kumar will remain leader of the same.
"Nitish Kumar is leader of grand alliance. We will not tolerate any disrespect towards him," Lalu Yadav said.
He further said, "We have formed the grand alliance, made Nitish CM. Why will we break the alliance?"
RJD had called a meeting of its MLAs as the Assembly is going to kick off from July 28. JD(U) has also called a meeting in the evening to discuss the fate of the alliance.
A few days back, two senior RJD leaders had targeted Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, accusing him of cosying up to the BJP, as the war of words had intensified between the ruling allies in Bihar, JD(U) and RJD, over graft allegations against Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Prasad Yadav.