Patna: While hitting back at Lalu Prasad for condemning his government for demanding ‘Special Status’ from the Centre, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said on Thursday that the RJD supremo will never improve.

''Laluji is sticking to his old habit (of criticising NDA). By criticizing the demand of special status for Bihar, RJD leader is harming his own image,” stated Kumar.  
In conversation with reporters, Kumar hailed BJP’s decision to ask Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa to step down.

The RJD leader, who came back to Patna after a long break on Wednesday, reprimanded Nitish Kumar government for its alleged failures on all fronts.
Replying to Prasad’s charges, Kumar on Thursday said that the RJD supremo had not learnt any lesson even from the crushing defeat of his party in the 2010 assembly polls in the state.

“Rather than playing the blame game, Prasad should introspect why they lost 2010 assembly polls,” Nitish advised Lalu.

JPN/Bureau