Coming down heavily on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav on Sunday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to pose himself as Lord Ram, adding he wants to dictate the country which will ultimately ruin the system.
"Prime Minister Modi wants to become Ram and tells people to be like 'Bajrangbali' and listen to him quietly without any questions. He wants to become a dictator. Under his rule this country will not flourish and neither will it be secure," Lalu said in a press conference here.
He added that the BJP has made India the biggest supplier of beef but is manhandling and assaulting those who are using cows for the dairy products.
"The Prime Minister said that after demonetisation the incidents of stone pelting will stop in Kashmir, also Naxal activities will stop. Instead, inflation is on the rise, unemployment is increasing and communalism is increasing as well," he asserted.
Lalu further said that Prime Minister Modi had promised that each and every MP would adopt a village and contribute in its development but nothing happened.
"Since the time BJP has come into power, Pakistan has been attacking on India ferociously. This government does not think about its people," he said.
While talking about the rift in Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Lalu said that sacked Delhi minister Kapil Mishra has been thrown out of the party that is why he has been putting allegations on Kejriwal and others.
"He grew along with the party and now he is exposing about the wrong doings. Why didn't he do it when he was a part of the party? If he knew about the corrupt structure of AAP then he is also involved in it. He should have immediately informed the police about the matter," he told ANI.
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