Patna: RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Saturday claimed that the situation in Kashmir valley was slipping out of the Union and Jammu and Kashmir government's control and appealed to people of the state to remain in the "mainstream".
"Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of the country but what I see is that the (situation in) the state is slipping out of control. The situation is not good there," Prasad said.
In an apparent dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the RJD chief said, "Curfew is in force in the state for the last one month. But the situation is beyond the control of the man with 56-inch chest and the state government."
"The people of Jammu and Kashmir should remain with the country and stay united," he said while addressing a function here..
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Attacking the Modi government for "interfering" with the judiciary vis-a-vis collegium, he said the Chief Justice of India had said the Union government is not discharging its duty.
Alleging that the Union government wanted to change the Constitution, Lalu said he and his party would foil any such "sinister" design.
The Union government is also trying to capture Medical Council of India by "foisting" a RSS man there, he said, adding the BJP government was dividing the country on the basis of colour and race. "BJP is anti-backward and anti-dalit," he alleged.