Patna, Aug 1: BJP yesterday hit back at Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for his remarks vowing to put the saffron party in place in future and said that he should bother about his party JD(U)'s fate as the people of Bihar will bring it down in the next general elections.
"The people of Bihar will teach a lesson to Kumar and his party JD(U) for showing disrespect to mandate for NDA in 2010 assembly polls and they will put the ruling party in place during the next parliamentary polls," BJP legislature party leader Sushil Kumar Modi said.
Trashing the Chief Minister's remarks, he said the former should understand one thing that it will be the turn of JD(U) to reduced to a smaller entity after the next general elections and the BJP has only one way to go that's to rule Bihar in future.
Referring to the resignation of the state unit spokesman Ramkishore Singh from the primary membership of the party a day after he was removed from the post and show caused for his anti-Narendra Modi remarks, the senior BJP said that the development was not significant as part as he was concerned.
On the Chief Minister's repeated attack on the BJP lawmakers for unilateral decision to take the mantle of main opposition in the state legislature post-split by the JD(U) from the NDA, Modi said that the former had forced us to play the role of an opposition by throwing out from the government on an issue that was not hindering alliance in Bihar.