New Delhi: Beginning the seventh leg of his Pradesh Parivartan Yatra, RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav on Friday lambasted Nitish Kumar-led NDA government in the state by calling him ‘arrogant’.

Addressing a public rally in Supaul Lalu said, “The wrath Nitish Kumar faced during his Adhikar Yatra reflects people’s frustration against him.”  Lalu compared the ruling coalition in Bihar with British rule.

“The main motto of this rally (Parivartan Yatra) is to throw out Nitish government,” the RJD chief added.

The RJD leader also said that the Chief Minister is not fulfilling his promise to provide computer education to each and every student. He accused Nitish of diverting the funds allocated for the purpose. The RJD chief said, “No school in the state has any computer. During my regime, students were seen carrying ‘black slates’ in their hands but now, you will see students carrying plates in their hands.”

Former Bihar Chief Minister said that the seven-year old JD (U)-BJP government’s failures and corruption were now fully exposed.

(JPN/Bureau)

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