Former election strategist Prashant Kishor on Sunday asserted that a state of 'inertia' has scourged politics in Bihar.
RJD national president Lalu Prasad is expected to arrive in Patna on Tuesday to announce the Rajya Sabha candidates in the evening.
"It will do a UP (Uttar Pradesh) in Bihar," CPIML (Liberation) General Secretary Dipankar Bhattacharya predicted, referring to the way Bahujan Samaj Party and Congress were split in the late 1990s.
JDU spokesperson Arvind Nishad said that it was unknown what Kishor would do in Bihar now as he left doing something for the state after initiating some steps.
Kishor reached Patna on Sunday with a message to the political world to start a new 'swarajya' (people governance).
In the video, the politician is seen sitting on the SHO's chair and demanding a station diary from the officer and is also seen shouting at the officers to call the station manager.
Prasad, who spends most of his time in the national capital, under strict medical supervision for a number of ailments relating to his heart and kidneys, is expected to fly down for a function.
The Congress Party is staking claim on the Kusheshwar Asthan Assembly seat in Darbhanga, elections for which will be held on October 30.
The EC had said both the groups were free to choose the names of their liking, including, if they so desire, linkage with their parent party Lok Janshakti Party.
Whatever be the reason, Kanhaiya's induction into the Congress has caused ripples within the RJD and the political corridors of Bihar.
Singh was considered close to Chirag Paswan in chalking out the political strategies of the party, even after the recent leadership coup that was executed against Chirag Paswan within the party.
RJD - the principal opposition party has also decided to put up candidates in both seats.
The Jind event comes at a time when certain sections of the JD(U) have been making the Nitish-as-PM pitch.
This has not only gotten the rumour mills churning, but also hinted that a tightrope walk awaits the NDA, especially the JD(U).
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