On Sunday, the Union Minister Nityanand Rai said Prime Minister Narendra Modi will become Prime Minister for the third time, adding that his work is visible in the public domain.
He added that Modi has been committed to making India a country free from corruption.
RJD has a history of corruption and fraud, he said.
The parliament passed a historic legislation on Thursday that will provide 33 per cent reservation to women in Lok Sabha and state parliaments.
The Rajya Sabha passed the women's reservation bill unanimously on Thursday, with 214 members voting in support and none against. The members applauded the passing of the bill with thumping of desks. BJP members shouted slogans in support of PM Narendra Modi and greeted him after the bill was passed.
The Lok Sabha passed the bill in the Parliament's Special Session on Wednesday, with 454 members voting in favor of the legislation and two against it.
Earlier in 2010 Rajya Sabha passed the women's reservation bill during the Congress-led UPA government, but it could not be taken up in the Lok Sabha.
The women's reservation bill was passed during the special session of parliament on Monday. The two Houses were later adjourned sine die.