The BJP will form the next government in Bihar, said party chief Amit Shah on Tuesday while launching his party's campaign for the assembly polls scheduled for later this year."BJP is going to form the next government in Bihar. It is clear from the upbeat large gatherings of party booth level workers here," Shah said in his short speech in Hindi after formally sounding the Bharatiya Janata Party's poll bugle in the state.Shah also targeted Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and his ally Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad, saying that even if they go for a grand alliance of their parties, the BJP will still triumph."Zero plus zero hardly makes anything. Nitish and Lalu by joining hands would have no impact on BJP's goal to form the next government in Bihar," Shah said.Shah said that Nitish Kumar was trying to bring jungle raj again to Bihar but the BJP will not allow it.
"Only BJP-led government can develop Bihar," he said.Shah said that at present there are 90 lakh BJP members in the state. He urged the BJP members to reach out to each and every household in rural and urban areas to counter mispropaganda by party rivals."Opposition parties across the country are creating confusion and mispropagating Modi's government land bill. I can assure people that not an inch of land would be handed over to corporate houses. Land will be utilized for the development of rural people and national development," Shah said.