President's rule should be imposed in the state, Paswan, a strong critic of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, said.
The Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) will appoint its Himachal Pradesh in-charge later in the day and subsequently, take a decision on the list of candidates, he said.
Chirag Paswan, however, cryptically added that he was not ruling out the possibility of siding with the RJD which has now aligned with Kumar since alliances have lost their sanctity in Bihar.
"Do you Nitish Kumar have any ideology or not? In the next polls, JD-U will get zero seats," Chirag Paswan said.
Paswan came out with a flurry of tweets in response to allegation of 'Chirag model at work' by JD(U) president Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan at a press conference here.
The second-term Lok Sabha MP walked into the venue of the meeting along with several other MPs, mostly from the BJP, where a demonstration on the voting for the presidential poll was given.
'BJP, JDU in search of their own Eknath Shinde to pull each other down': Chirag Paswan's jibe at NDA
Paswan accused the two parties of remaining in an alliance 'just for the sake of power', and charged the BJP with capitulating before Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on ideological issues.
The former Lok Janshakti Party president, who now stands isolated in the party floated by his late father Ram Vilas Paswan, was responding to queries from journalists about Kumar's meeting.
Tejashwi thanked Chirag for lending his support to the RJD candidate Subodh Kumar from Hajipur in the Legislative Council election.
Paswan also attacked his uncle Pashupati Kumar Paras, who earned a cabinet berth after splitting the Lok Janshakti Party.
Tejashwi was referring to the eviction of the family of former Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan from their bungalow in New Delhi. His son Chirag had described himself as the 'Hanuman' of PM Modi.
“The process has commenced. There are other people waiting,” the court told the petitioner’s counsel.
The 12 Janpath bungalow is earmarked for Union ministers and the occupants of the government accommodation have been asked to vacate it, an official said.
Union minister Pashupati Kumar Paras and his nephew Chirag Paswan are set to clash again after the latter’s announcement to contest the next general election from Hajipur.
Paswan predicted a major break-up in the JD-U and the subsequent fall of the Nitish Kumar-led government adding that a mid-term assembly elections will take place in Bihar.
Paswan, who was addressing workers at state party headquarters here after unfurling the tricolor on I-Day hinted that some action on withdrawal of support was likely in near future.
He said the National Democratic Alliance would contest the next Lok Sabha polls under Modi's leadership and seek votes in Modi's name.
The LJP, a BJP ally, today filed a review petition in the Supreme Court against its order relaxing stringent provisions of a law dealing with cases of atrocities against Dalits.