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Tejaswi to meet governor tomorrow for formation of his party`s government

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Patna | Thursday, May 17 2018 IST
Former deputy chief minister and senior RJD leader Tejaswi Yadav today created a political storm by declaring that he would meet governor tomorrow to demand formation of a new government by his party after BJP formed the government in Karnataka by taking plea of it being the single largest party.

Mr Yadav told newspersons here that he would meet state governor Satya Pal Malik demanding dissolution of the state assembly and giving his party an opportunity to form an alternative government as it was the single largest party in the state.

"If BJP considers it correct to form a government in Karnataka by virtue of being the single largest party in the state, it should consider its decision wrong not to give an opportunity to RJD to form next government in Bihar following resignation of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar last year as it was the single largest party in the state," Mr Yadav, also leader of opposition in Bihar Assembly argued.

Terming formation of BJP government in Karnataka a 'black day' for democracy, Mr Yadav said it also reflected BJP`s dictatorial and 'goondagardi' (hooliganism). "From where they (BJP) will get the number to form the government in Karnataka," he wondered while sharpening his attack on BJP. Mr Yadav said, BJP was working on two formulas-one promoting horse trading to prove its majority on the floor of Karnataka Assembly and second harass political opponents through central agencies like CBI, IB and ED.

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