The poll banter by Lalu Prasad against arch rival Nitish Kumar continued on Monday with the RJD chief claiming that the Bihar chief minister was purring like a cat against its master.
“It is time for Nitish and others purring like cats against the master to go,” Prasad said.
He was referring to followers of JP movement, including Kumar, who rallied behind him when he became CM, but later formed a rival party.
Prasad also hit out at Congress saying 80 per cent minorities were “extremely unhappy” with the way it had “cheated” them. “We (RJD) joined hands with the party only for the sake of unseating the fascist and communal forces represented by NDA..” he said.