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‘PM Modi had questioned your DNA and you joined hands with him?’ Tejashwi asks Nitish


PATNA: Former deputy chief minister-cum-opposition leader Tejashwi Yadav today tore into the chief minister questioning his conduct, credibility and political ethics accusing him of joining hands with those who questioned his DNA.

“The PM had questioned your DNA and you termed it as insult of 11crore Biharis. How did you then join hands with him?” asked Tejashwi, speaking against the confidence vote in the Bihar assembly on Friday.

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He again questioned his change of stand on Sangh-mukt Bharat (RSS-free India).

“You had talked about Sangh-mukt Bharat but you ultimately sat in the lap of the RSS,” he alleged,

“Why did you get afraid of the RSS-BJP? A 28-year-old man like me did not get afraid even after the CBI registered a case against me,” he asked.

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He also mocked Nitish Kumar and Sushil Modi for taking oath despite have cases against them. “For similar reason, I was asked to submit resignation,” he said.

He also ridiculed Nitish Kumar’s talk about corruption saying his father Lalu Prasad faced corruption changes even when the former joined hands with him. “Why then you formed government with RJD support?” he asked.

He reminded the chief minister how the RJD saved his ‘izzat’ (prestige) by lending its support to the former and added  Nitish Kumar had lost elections wherever he fought elections alone.

He also derided Nitish Kumar’s move to celebrate 100 years of Champaran satyagarha saying the latter joined hands with those who assassinated Mahatma Gandhi.

Tejashwi also rubbished JD-U charge of Lalu Prasad getting blinded by his love for son.

“Putra moh rahata to Nitish Kumarji aap CM nahin banate. Putra-moh nahin bhai moh mein tuta gathbandhan (Had this been the case of love for son, Nistih Kumar would not have become the CM. The alliance got broken owing to Lalu Prasad’s love for his brother),” Tejashwi said, referring to Nitish Kumar.

He concluded his speech by saying Nitish Kumar was his ‘uncle’ and will always remains his ‘uncle’.

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