"Nitishji never spoke a word about Congress party's corruption.He never spoke a word against the problem of inflation..Actually, he is seeking an alliance and you all know it," BJP spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad said while addressing a press conference here.
Criticising Kumar for slamming BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, Prasad said: "Yesterday, Nitishji called Modiji a fascist. It is the language used by the Congress. It is same language used by the Congress for its opponents...BJP rejects the charge of fascism and Hitler levied on Modi."
Kumar on Tuesday attacked Modi and said he should be patient.
"A man who is aspiring to reach the country's highest post should be patient. He should also learn to be brave as it is the most respectful position in our country," Kumar said while addressing a JD(U) meet here.
Referring to BJP's rally in Patna on Sunday where Modi addressed a huge gathering, Kumar said Modi had no 'sweetness' in his speech.
"I heard that people of Gujarat love ice-cream....but there is no sweetness in his speech," Kumar said.
Slamming Modi, he said: "The dream of the Red Fort will remain a dream."
Addressing the BJP's 'Hunkar Rally' in Bihar's Patna city on Sunday, Modi had attacked Kumar and accused him of betraying with the BJP.
Modi said,"People often ask me why the Bihar Chief Minister, who was our friend, left us? I said that if a man can leave JP (socialist leader Jai Prakash Narain) then he won't stay with the BJP."
The two Chief Mnisters are exchanging barbs since months after JD(U) announced its decision to sever ties with the BJP, ending a 17-year-old alliance and drawing clearer battle lines ahead of 2014 national elections.
--IBNS (Posted on 30-10-2013)