Patna, Oct 30 (UNI) Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) vice-president and former MP Ranjan Prasad Yadav today accused RJD supremo Lalu Prasad of not allowing Mulayam Singh Yadav to be the India's prime minister in 1997.
Adressing a press conference of Yadav Jagran Manch (YJM) here, Mr Yadav alleged that the RJD supremo had maintained silence in 1995, when LJP chief Ram Vilas Paswan asked him as why none of the candidates from the backward caste were not allowed to be the Bihar's chief minister.
The former MP also asked Mr Prasad to point out a single 'yadav' family, which had progressed politically and economically like him in past 15 years.
Alleging that the 'Yadavs' had been left behind in the race of development, Mr Yadav announced the first regional representation conference of the YJM to be held on November four here.
He also informed that the LJP would be holding a rally on November 28 against the Nitish Kumar government.