Patna: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Nand Kishore Yadav, at a press conference at the party office in Patna on Wednesday said that he agreed with Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejaswi Yadav's statement that a 'massive earthquake' is about to take place on May 23 that will change the political landscape of Bihar for good.
"Tejaswi Yadav is right about his 'earthquake' prediction when the poll results are announced on May 23. That will be the demise of the Grand Alliance and even RJD will split into many small pieces. People will not be able to locate any RJD, Congress, or other alliance members after this date so they are already making excuses for their destruction," Yadav said.
The Bihar Road Construction Minister further said that the 'Maha-milawati Gathbandhan' was already blaming the EVMs for their anticipated loss and was also making false accusations about the Election Commission for 'favoring' the NDA.
Calling Rahul Gandhi a liar, Yadav said that though the Congress leader had apologized to the Supreme Court for his lies, he should also apologize to the citizens of India for his bold-faced lies about Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other BJP leaders.
The BJP leader also took shots at Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader and former Bihar Chief Minister Rabri Devi on her derogatory remarks against Modi saying her frustration was understandable in the face of the impending destruction of the so-called Grand Alliance.
Slamming Shatrughan Sinha, the former BJP leader who joined Congress a few weeks ago to face his former colleague Ravi Shankar Prasad at Patna Saheb seat, Yadav said that Sinha owed his political existence to the BJP that gave him utmost respect despite him bad-mouthing Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP national president Amit Shah.
"Shatrughan Sinha never thanked the party or the party workers that made him the star of the party. He joined hands with the opposing party purely for self-interest but now that he is in Congress, he will be craving for votes from the good people of Patna," he said.