RJD Chief Predicts Possible Collapse of Modi Government by August


Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief and former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav has made a bold prediction, suggesting that the Narendra Modi-led NDA government could collapse by the end of August due to its perceived weakness.

In a recent statement, Yadav urged all party workers to remain vigilant, emphasizing that elections could happen at any time. He pointed out that the current government in Delhi is teetering and may not survive beyond August.

This assertion comes on the heels of claims by the Congress party that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s authority has diminished significantly, reducing his government to a “one-third” status. The political landscape remains tense, with speculation about the stability of the ruling coalition.

During the parliamentary session, Prime Minister Modi responded to the debate on the Motion of Thanks. He acknowledged that a Congress leader had repeatedly referred to his government as a “one-third government” since the election results were announced. Modi emphasized that the 2024 general election outcomes reflected voters’ rejection of misinformation and their preference for performance-based governance.

Meanwhile, in Patna, Tejashwi Yadav, former Bihar Deputy Chief Minister and Lalu Prasad Yadav’s son, echoed his father’s sentiments. He hinted at the possibility of early assembly elections in Bihar, suggesting that the Mahagathbandhan government could take shape regardless of whether elections occur in December 2024 or 2025. At an event in the RJD office, Aurangabad MP and RJD leader in the Lok Sabha, Abhay Kushwaha, symbolically crowned Tejashwi Yadav with a silver crown, underscoring the need for party members to remain alert and prepared for any political developments.

In a subsequent interview with PTI, senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh criticized PM Modi. He highlighted the emergence of a new, assertive opposition group—the INDIA bloc—during the 18th Lok Sabha and simultaneous Rajya Sabha sessions. Ramesh emphasized the importance of such opposition dynamics in a healthy democracy. However, he also noted that there had been no change in the attitude or behavior of the “non-biological” PM.

Leaders of the INDIA bloc have vowed to take necessary actions to fulfill the public’s desire to move away from BJP governance following the Lok Sabha election results.

Written by Zamir Azad

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