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RJD-Congress playing fixed match: Nitish

india Updated: Oct 19, 2010 12:55 IST

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday alleged that RJD and Congress were in secret pact and RJD leader Raghuvansh Prasad Singh's statement that his party might seek support of the Congress after the polls had vindicated his stand.

"The statement of Singh has proved that the game has been fixed between Congress and RJD. We always have firm belief that they are fighting separately only to join later. Their purpose is clear. They act seperately against us, but are together in all things," Kumar said.

Singh had yesterday said that RJD would seek Congress support to form government in Bihar in the event of the coming polls throwing up a hung assembly.

"We will see what comes up after the elections. In the event of the RJD-LJP alliance falling short of majority, it will approach Congress and other secular parties for support," Singh had yesterday said.