Tejaswi-Rahul Alliance To Bite Dust In Bihar As Akhilesh-Rahul Bonhomie Did In UP: Modi
PATNA || Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday took a potshot at former UP chief minister and Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Akhilesh Yadav when during his election rally in poll-bound Bihar, he ridiculed his failed alliance with Congress. Terming him and the then Congress president Rahul Gandhi as "failed Yuvraj", he likened the situation to that in Bihar where Rahul and his party had aligned with Tejaswi yadav and the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD).
"These two princes (Akhilesh and Rahul) had come together in Uttar Pradesh three-four years back when the state assembly polls were being held, they stood atop buses, wearing similar black waist coats, waving at the crowds" he jested while adding on how the alliance bit the dust as people saw through their poor track record.
A similar thing is going to happen in Bihar soon, when the people of the state will send the two Yuvraj's packing with their bags. The prime minister said. It is double engine governments versus the double Yuvraj on the other side, Modi went on to say as he sought another term for the Nitish Kumar led JD (U)-BJP alliance in the state.