Quoting the ever entertaining Lallu Prasad ji on Federal Front - "yeh FF nahin BF hai, yaane bhikhari front`. As per C-Voter survey after JD(U) parting with NDA - Lallu Prasad ji's RJD is going to be major beneficiary hitting both JD(U) and BJP hard due to vote splitting, if Assembly elections are held as of June 2013. India Will Become Pak If Modi Comes to Power: JD(U) Slamming BJP for its 'NaMonia' jibe at Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, JD(U) today said it did not part ways with that party on communal lines but for its strident opposition to 'fascist and autocratic' forces whose rise could adversely affect the communal amity, unity and integrity of the country and peace in the society. JD(U) had no option but to split from NDA as it was left in no doubt about the imminent rise of 'fascist and autocratic' leader Narendra Modi in BJP's power structure after his elevation as poll campaign chief and indirectly as its prime ministerial candidate, its national spokesman Shivanand Tiwari told a press conference here. The Gujarat chief minister, he alleged, has become 'so autocratic' that he has not allowed his own ministers, senior BJP and RSS leaders to stand upto him over the past one year and pushed them into oblivion one by one. "India will become Pakistan if Modi comes to power at the Centre - which we hope he will not - given the language in which he speaks," Tiwari said. "JD(U) leadership has no regrets for parting ways with NDA." Like any other individual or entity, Kumar and JD(U) have taken the call of duty to protect communal harmony, diversity and unity and integrity of the country by standing in the way of rise of fanaticism and fascist forces. Referring to senior BJP leader Rajiv Pratap Rudy's caustic remark against Kumar yesterday, Tiwari said he was amused at the 'new-found courage' of that party's leaders for passing strong comments against Kumar after he chose to part ways with NDA. "Why did no BJP leader from Delhi to Patna say anything when Kumar publicly insulted them by cancelling a dinner for them during 2010 national executive in Patna and returned Rs five crore cheque to the Gujarat government in protest against an advertisement showing him and Modi holding hands? "If you (BJP leaders) had any self-respect, you should have reacted then and there," Tiwari said and asked BJP to refrain from making any offensive on Kumar any further. Tiwari attacked corporates houses and charged them with trying to influence the polity by creating a favourable atmosphere for BJP's victory in the next Lok Sabha polls guided by their self-interest. "It's for the first time that the corporates are seen to be interfering directly in political discourse and influencing the political process in favour of an individual or a party by launching a fake propaganda about development of a particular state under leadership of an individual," he said. He also sought to downplay the Congress supporting the trust motion sought by the Nitish Kumar government and said a pre-poll alliance between the two parties was unlikely. "However, the Nitish Kumar government will press for grant of special status by the UPA government at the earliest," Tiwari added. Meanwhile, state JD(U) spokesman Sanjay Singh criticising Rudy said "Comfort loving leader like him para drops to Bihar once in two to four months and catches the next available flight to Delhi ... What kind of campaign will he run against the CM and JD(U)?" "Rudy does not know the ground reality in Bihar and this is the reason for his ignorance about the love and faith people have for Nitish Kumar," he added.