Patna: Bihar Leader of the Opposition Tejashwi Yadav arrived on a visit to Darbhanga and Madhubani on Wednesday where he met the flood victims and started besieging the government on his death after misbehaving with an RJD worker at DMCH. There, he even called Nitish Sarkar a government with demonic rule.
After this, the response to that statement has started coming fast in political circles. In this case, JDU spokesperson Anjum Ara said that Tejashwi cannot exactly expect decent words and conduct from Yadav. He was raised in an environment of political and social anarchy.
He said that Tejashwi has grown up in an environment of political, social anarchy, but yes he would like to show Tejashwi a mirror. JDU Netri said that during his parents’ rule, there were 118 Narsanghars in which people belonging to disadvantaged societies were killed. RJD has a rite of doing politics of corpses.
Opposing the statement of the Leader of Opposition, Tejashwi Yadav on the demonetisation, JDU spokesman Rajiv Ranjan said that he is insulting the public. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has worked in 15 years. Only the worker remembers history.
Not only this, BJP spokesperson Arvind Singh said that while Tejashwi Yadav is the Leader of Opposition, he should take care of the choice of words. The words he chooses reflect the rites given to his father. They use the same words that their father and school have received education. It will be better if you take care of the dignity of the words, which are eager to gain power.
Speaking in favor of Tejashwi’s statement on the matter, RJD spokesperson Mrityunjay Tiwari said that if the government becomes a glutton instead of a defender, it will be called a monstrous raj. Tejashwi has called the Bihar government a demonic government, it is absolutely right.
He said that if the people are facing death due to the failure of the government, then it will be called Ram Raj if not a demonic state? People of Bihar are saying that demonic rule has been established here. The Bihar government should look into its predecessor. There is chaos everywhere and people in power are enjoying happiness.