Patna, Sep 13: As breaks showed up in decision Grand Secular Alliance in Bihar taking after war of words between significant accomplices JD(U) and RJD, Lalu Prasad today tried to play down the contention, saying the alleged “turmoil” was a media creation as he attested that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is the pioneer of the coalition.
The RJD president, in any case, protected gathering strongman Mohammad Shahabuddin, saying he didn’t made any critical remarks.
“This turmoil is made by the media,” Prasad told columnists at Patna air terminal.
With gaps showing up in the decision coalition taking after RJD VP Raghubansh Prasad Singh’s comments on Kumar while supporting Shahabuddin’s remark that he was “Boss Minister by situation”, Prasad stated “Nitish Kumar is the pioneer of the coalition.”
“The coalition is in place and there is no peril to it,” Prasad, whose child Tejaswi Yadav is Deputy Chief Minister and another child Tej Pratap Yadav is the state Health Minister, said.
While he didn’t see any “injurious” substance in the articulations of Shahabuddin while leaving Bhagalpur correctional facility on Saturday in the wake of getting safeguard from the Patna High Court, the RJD boss did not acknowledge remarks of Raghubansh Prasad Singh on Kumar.
“In spite of letting him know over and over, Raghubansh Singh talks something to media,” he said, adding he would address everyone inside the gathering and let them know completely not to make superfluous remarks about coalition.
On Shahabuddin saying that for him Prasad is the pioneer and Kumar is Chief Minister because of situation, the RJD boss said, “He is an individual from RJD, so what isn’t right in the event that he says I am his pioneer.”
He said Shahabuddin’s discharge was a piece of a legal procedure and the administration had no part in it.
“Shahabuddin left correctional facility following 11 years on the premise of safeguard from the Patna High Court,” he said.
On Shahabuddin’s remark that Kumar is “not a mass pioneer”, Prasad said nobody turns into a mass pioneer on somebody’s remark in support or against it.
Inquired as to whether he consented to Shahabuddin’s remark that Kumar was “fortuitous” boss pastor, Prasad advised mediaperson not to aggravate him.