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Raghuvansh’s ‘marker garda uda denge’ remarks bring storms in Bihar politics


PATNA: A fiery statement by the RJD vice-president Raghuvansh Prasad Singh has created tempest in Bihar politics.

“Bihar chief minister is prompting his party men to hurl abuses at me. Party aala Kaman aadesh de to marker garda uda denge (If allowed by the party boss, I would make the mincemeat of the man),” Singh told the media, reacting to a similar “uncharitable” remarks by JD-U spokesperson Sanjay Singh.

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The JD-U leader in his statement had allegedly termed Singh as “Shikhandi” (a character in Hindu epic Mahabhartha born as eunuch). The JD-U leader used this remark against the RJD vice-president after the latter accused the chief minister Nitish Kumar of clandestinely working for the BJP in UP elections.

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The JD-U has sought immediate expulsion of Raghuvansh from the RJD alleging he was weakening the coalition government through his remarks.

The RJD suggested Singh not to make such statements in public. “The party doesn’t support the statement of Raghuvansh Singh. If he continued making such statements, I will complain to the RJD president and demand action against him,” warned deputy chief Tejashwi Yadav.

Tejashwi is younger son of RJD chief Lalu Prasad. Tejashwi’s mother Rabri Devi too is annoyed at the statements coming from party vice-president.

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