Tahlka News Bureau
PATNA: RJD leaders have requested Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar to resolve its issues with long time friend and collation partner Lalu Prasad Yadav on Sunday, for which the JD(U) replied saying "everything is alright," between the Mahagathbandhan.
"Colatrion may see tensions and pressures but everything is all right in the grand alliance," said Janata Dal-United spokesperson Neeraj Kumar.
He, without naming JD(U) president Nitish Kumar, said that able leadership trying to manage the crises, and to get out of crises that erupted after the CBI filed a corruption case against deputy chief mister Tejashwani Yadav, (younger son of Lalu Prasad Yadav) and solve it.
Shiveanad Tewari, a senior RJD leader and former MP have also appealed to Nitish Kumar to resolve the crises. "I appeal to Nitish Kumar with folded hands to solve the crises and save Mahagathbandhan from split."
He also stated that the BJP has been trying to break the grand alliance.
However on Sunday, Nitijsh Kumar didn't said a word about Tejaswani Yadav, while addressing his party legislators and senior party leaders at a meeting at his official residence in Patna, said state President Vashisht Narain Singh.
"NItish Kumar hardly spoke about Tejaswani Yadav and ongoing crises on the crises in the ruling alliance… he also discussed issues related to the presidential polls on 17 July," a JD (U) legislator said.
Apparently, Lalu Prasad Yadav while addressing his party legislators and senior party leaders at his official residence on Sunday did not mentioned anything about the crises.