Digital Desk, Patna. In Bihar politics, the uproar between the Congress and the RJD Grand Alliance continues. There has been so much controversy between both the parties that now things have come to rhetoric. Let us tell you that on Sunday, Congress in-charge Bhakta Charan Das targeted RJD and said that Tejashwi Yadav cannot form the government in Bihar without the support of 19 Congress MLAs. Significantly, by-elections are to be held on two seats in Bihar on October 30. But now for the by-election, the grand alliance has broken. Congress and RJD have fielded candidates against each other in both the seats. The Congress earlier wanted the Kusheshwar Sthan seat to be given to it as the Congress had claimed that the party’s candidate from this seat had stood second in the assembly elections. This tussle is being seen when both the parties had entered into a grand alliance in the general assembly elections.
RJD should follow coalition dharma
Let us inform that Congress in-charge Bhakta Charan said that RJD should understand that the support of 19 MLAs is not a minor thing. RJD will need them, without them it is difficult to form the government. RJD should follow the alliance religion, if it does not happen then Tejashwi will have to suffer the biggest loss. He also said that if the Congress is strong, the RJD will come closer to forming the government. So RJD should respect Congress. Significantly, Bhakta Charan Das, in-charge of Bihar Congress, also made it clear that the Congress is in the fray for victory in Kusheshwar and Tarapur assembly seats. There is no friendly fight in these two seats in the assembly by-elections. Now both RJD and Congress will be seen face to face.