Patna: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) President Lalu Prasad on Wednesday indicated he may plough a lonely furrow with the much-hyped Janata Parivar merger talks making little headway. �Even if no one joins hands with me, I will wage a battle (against BJP) on my own,� said a miffed Lalu, in an apparent dig at his foe-turned-friend Nitish Kumar. Lalu is reportedly not happy with the contradictory stand taken by Nitish. The latest development to annoy the RJD chief is Nitish�s decision to back AAP instead of Congress, whom Lalu will be supporting and campaigning for in Delhi polls. �Besides, we have decided to undertake Raj Bhavan march on March 15 to expose the failures and false promises made by Narendra Modi government,� said Lalu here on Wednesday, indicating that once he is free, he would devote time to revive the morale of party cadres. He, however, remained non-committal on whether the merger of erstwhile Janata Dal constituents would formalise. �Those who want to come, can come. Or else, just go away,� he said.
Lalu ready to go it alone
Updated : 29 Jan 2015 6:55 AM GMT