"(Gujarat Chief Minister) Narendra Modi belongs to the capitalists. His party is a divisive party out to destroy the social fabric," Lalu alleged while asking people to stay away from ‘communal politics’.

He also warned his opponents not to make the mistake of thinking he would be eliminated from politics.
    
"When I went to jail some people thought I had been finished. They should remember, jab tak rahega aloo, tab tak rahega Lalu (an abstract reference of his name to potatoes)," Lalu said in his brief address to a gathering near the Deori Temple, located around 40 km away from Ranchi.
    
Taking on Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, the RJD supremo alleged that the JDU and BJP had an ‘unholy marriage’, which has resulted in ‘divorce’.
    
"Both parties are perturbed after the ‘divorce’. The situation in Bihar is such that both the JDU and the BJP are now weeping after separation," he said.
    
"The people will teach them a lesson in the next election when they will be finished," he added.
    
Lalu paid obeisance at Deori Temple after being released from jail. He was in the Birsa Munda Central Jail from September 30 after being convicted in a fodder scam case.

(JPN/Agencies)

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