Patna:Launching a political front with an aim to emerge as an alternative to National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), former Union Finance and External Affairs Minister Yashwant Sinha today announced that his new front would strongly contest the state Assembly elections for transforming Bihar into a better state.
Accompanied by former Bihar Ministers Narendra Singh, Devendra Yadav, Nagmani, Renu Kushvaha, former MP Arun Kumar, Lok janshakti party (secular) national president Satyanand Sharma, Anil Kumar of Jantantarik Vikas party, Mr Sinha a former veteran BJP leader told news persons here that the front would emerge as a credible alternative to the current NDA government in the state as it had decided to enter into the electoral battle in Bihar.
Asserting his front to be an epicentre of power in Bihar, Mr Sinha while replying to a query vehemently claimed that the new front formed by him would be the first front and not a third front.
Exasperated at the poor status of Bihar, Mr Sinha said, the the people gave 15 years to NDA and RJD each for running the government who took the state to its Nadiradding that better Bihar would be the motto of his front which would come forward with a fact sheet exposing the present government every week.
He alleged that despite getting ample time both NDA and RJD could not live to theirassurances they had made in their manifestos during elections.Referring to various development index and sharing data of Bihar, Mr Sinha alleged,Bihar is lagging in almost all sectors and corruption was a major issue during the regime of both RJD and NDA in the state where no work is done without bribe.
He exhorted the people through media to remove the present government for better
Bihar and announced to prepare a draft for it.(UNI)