Rajasthan’s deputy CM Sachin Pilot mocked BJP’s move of sharing seats in Bihar. He claimed that the BJP is under pressure as its allies are deserting the coalition. He thus has full confidence that the Congress will form the government at the Centre in 2019.
After Rashtriya Lok Samta Party exit from the BJP-led NDA and the ruling party at the centre, the opposition has alleged that the BJP’s allies were quitting the NDA due to the arrogance of saffron party leaders.
Pilot said the BJP should accept the fact that it has faced a severe blow in three states. It should take responsibility of the defeat. It is now under pressure which was recently reflected in the seat-sharing in Bihar.
“Upendra Kushwaha has quit the NDA, the TDP has already left and the Shiv Sena is also not with them. Now the BJP is under pressure and therefore, they gave 17 seats in Bihar to the JD(U). What can be a fine example of insecurity than this,” he said.