Praising RJD chief Tejashwi Yadav, BJP chief Uma Bharti on Wednesday asserted that although age is on his aspect, he isn’t skilled sufficient to run a state and finally “Lalu would have been at the helm” of Bihar.
“Tejashwi is a very good boy. But Bihar was saved by the skin of its teeth because he wouldn’t have been able to run the state. (RJD President) Lalu (Prasad Yadav) would have ultimately been at the helm pushing Bihar back into jungle raj. Tejashwi can lead but after he grows older,” stated Ms Bharti whereas speaking to media in Bhopal.
“Kamal Nath ji has fought this election very well. Maybe if he’d ran his government this well there wouldn’t have been problems. He’s a very decent person, like my elder brother. He fought this election very tactfully,” stated the BJP chief.
The assertion got here a day after the BJP registered an important victory within the bitterly contested Madhya Pradesh bypolls profitable by 19 seats, whereas Congress solely managed to safe 9 Assembly constituencies.
The Kamal Nath-led Congress authorities in Madhya Pradesh fell in March after 22 MLAs, thought-about near former occasion chief Jyotiraditya Scindia resigned.