Patna, Nov 3: RJD supremo Lalu Prasad on Tuesday reacted sharply to Prime Minister Narendra Modi barb at him and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar that they have merely six days to rejoice power and retorted Modi will himself learn the bitter lesson in that period triggering strong reaction among NDA allies.
"Public will teach a bitter lesson to PM in six days (Chah dino mein PM ko Chhati ka doodh yada kara dengi janata)," Prasad told reporters before embarking on the last day of campaigning for Bihar poll.
Later, addressing a public meeting at Bahadurpur in Darbhanga in favour of his confidante Bhola Yadav, the RJD chief reiterated, "PM might be forced to quit after results of Bihar poll would come on November 8."
Prasad's "Chhati Ka Doodh" jibe at PM triggered strong reaction from NDA leaders. LJP chief and Union minister Ramvilas Paswan asked the RJD President to stop "nautanki" (drama).
He counter-claimed Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has only days to rejoice (his) Chief Ministership till the declaration of results on November 8.
Union Minister of State Ramkripal Yadav slammed his former RJD boss and said "both Lalu and Nitish Kumar would know 'Chhati ka Doodh' in next six days."
Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan also hit out at RJD supremo and asked him to "stop making irrelevant statements."