Patna, Nov. 25 (ANI): With Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar all set to present the report card of his government on completing the first year in office during the second term on November 25, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav has said that his party will release a factual report of the prevailing conditions in the state, and will expose the hypocrisy and pretence of the ruling state government.
"It is understood what report he presents. Whether the previous report was implemented or not, what actually happened. The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) will release the factual report of the present condition of Bihar. The hypocrisy and pretence of his government (Nitish Government) to the people of Bihar will be released from our end," Yadav told mediapersons here.
Kumar is most likely to highlight the work carried out by his government during the last six years.
Yadav also expressed confidence of the RJD's chances of doing well in the assembly by-polls in Laukaha and Mandu.
"There are by-elections in two places one in Jharkhand and the other in Laukaha in Madhubani. I will be in Laukaha for two days beginning today and campaign there. Then I will campaign in Mandu on November 27. Seeing the trends of the voters, they are very excited and we will win the seats," he said.
The by-election for the Mandu Assembly seat in Jharkhand and the Laukaha Assembly seat in Bihar's Madhubani District will be held on November 30.
Referring to the assault on Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar, Yadav said: "He (the attacker) has done a very dirty work. We must not only condemn this act, but the law should also take action against such elements. We have told our party workers to raise this issue in Parliament."
Pawar was slapped by a man named Harvinder Singh at the NDMC Center in New Delhi on Thursday. The man is currently in the custody of the Delhi Police.
Harvinder Singh, a resident of Rohini, is the same man who had assaulted former telecom minister Sukhram last Saturday.
"These politicians have been causing nothing but trouble in the country. They only know how to make speeches, but never act on what they say. They deserve to be attacked. I will continue to attack politicians. I am the same person who attacked Sukhram last week and I will continue doing this. I do not regret any of my actions," Singh said claiming that Sharad Pawar is responsible for the misery of the people and the high prices of essential commodities. (ANI)