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Posted on Dec 08, 07:27PM | UNI
RJD supremo Lalu Prasad today said a secular government would be formed at the Centre after the next Lok Sabha elections and communal forces would remain at bay as people were not ready to tolerate communal and fascist elements.
After a meeting of senior party leaders and office-bearers, Mr Prasad told mediapersons here that people were not prepared to support communal forces like the BJP and RSS. Secular parties would unitedly fight against the communal forces in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls and they would have to bite the dust, he added.
"There would be only two fronts in the country, first would be the secular forces and the other communal forces, the RJD chief said adding that there was no chance of a third front.
The Left parties were also secular and they had supported the Congress led UPA government from outside at the Centre in its first term, he said adding that constituent parties of the UPA had also prepared common minimum programme with the help of Left parties during its first term of governance at the Centre.