"Today the long-time alliance is on the brink of collapse. RJD is responsible for this undoubtedly," state party spokesman Lallan Kumar Chandravanshi said in a statement in Patna.
"The alliance has come to such a pass where LJP chief Ram Vilas Paswan will be asked to take a clear cut decision," he said.
Chandravanshi said that a crucial party meeting had been called in Delhi on December 28 to discuss the future course of action.
A LJP delegation from Bihar under the leadership of General Secretary Satyanand Sharma left for Delhi today for the meeting, he said.
"If need arises, LJP has the potential to contest all 40 seats in Bihar," he said.
Spiting fire against Lalu Prasad's party, he said that the party had not disassociated itself from the controversial statement of RJD vice-president Raghubansh Prasad Singh in which he had asked LJP and other allies to bring names of their 'pahelwan' (potential candidate) and said after assessing their potential, seats would be allocated.
He said that despite regular provocations from RJD, Paswan and its state chief Pashupati Paras had never made any public comments detrimental to the alliance.


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