Lalu's son demands Karnataka-like 'justice'
If it's the single largest party that should be invited to form the government, which is what the Karnataka Governor has done, shouldn't the Bihar Governor too have done the same last year when Nitish Kumar's JD(U) dumped RJD (the single largest party in the Assembly) and joined hands with the BJP?
That's what Tejashwi Yadav, better known in South India as Lalu Prasad Yadav's son, says. "We would be holding a 1-day dharna tomorrow against the murder of democracy in Karnataka. We also request the Bihar Governor to dissolve the state government and like in Karnataka, invite the single largest party, which in Bihar is the RJD," he has told a news agency. The question is, does the RDJ have the numbers?
Uttar Pradesh's iconic politician, Mayawati, has said that the saffron party has murdered the Constitution. "The entire episode is a conspiracy to destroy the Constitution," the BSP chief has said.