During a tele-talk, Lalu recalled that RJD supported the separate Telangana statehood movement and then reportedly requested KCR to come forward to take an active role in national politics.
According to the sources, Lalu's health condition is stable and the RJD chief had returned to Bihar last month after over three years.
The veteran politician is learnt to be suffering from fever and is drowsy. His condition is not serious and is stable.
The Court also imposed the condition to deposit two sureties of Rs 1 lakh each and a fine of Rs 10 lakh.
Time for opposition to bury differences, join hands to dislodge dictatorial Modi govt, says RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav
The country is passing through an unprecedented phase of dictatorial governance and time has come for all opposition parties to unite against this “anti-people” BJP government,
Congress leader Kanhaiya Kumar and others also campaigned for three days. In both constituencies, the Congress candidates forfeited their deposits.
Tej Pratap Yadav openly blamed the state president of RJD Jagdanand Singh and two others for the defeat of the party in assembly by-polls.
The telephonic conversation comes after Congress and RJD broke off the alliance ahead of the by-polls in Kusheshwar Asthan (SC) and Tarapur constituencies in Bihar scheduled on October 30.
He also has expressed confidence in his younger son Tejashwi's leadership and lauded him for 'handling the party pretty well in his absence'.
He wondered if his party should have left an assembly by-poll seat in the state for the national party so that it could lose even its deposit.
Senior BJP leaders and Union ministers Rajnath Singh, RJD president Lalu Prasad Yadav and CPI(M)'s Sitaram Yechury also met the young leader to pay their tributes to his father.
He lamented the lack of unity in the opposition and asserted that the BJP could be defeated if all parties opposed to it could keep their flock together.
He further alleged that there are some people in the party who are "dreaming" of becoming the chief of RJD.
Prasad, who has been convalescing in Delhi after his release from jail earlier this year, made the remarks while addressing a training camp of his party workers.
On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a meeting with the delegation of 10 parties led by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in the national capital to discuss a caste-based census.