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Tejashwi to seek apologies from Mahatma Gandhi for joining Nitish’s ‘historic walk’


PATNA: Former deputy chief minister Tejashwi Yadav has announced to repent for his act of joining chief minister Nitish Kumar’s “historic walk” in Champaran to mark 100 years of Mahatma Gandhi’s Champaran satyagrah.

“I will sit before the statue of Mahatma Gandhi and will seek apologies from him for joining the man who later joined the company of his murderers. I will tell him that I was not aware about his real face,” Tejashwi told the media on Wednesday.

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“Pahale to Mahatma Gandhi se mafi mangenge ki hame unka asli chehra nahin maloom tha,” he observed.

Tejashwi has announced to undertake a tour from Mahatma Gandhi’s workplace in protest against what he claims the “murder of people’s mandate”.

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The RJD has announced to hold a massive rally in Patna’s Gandhi Maidan on August 27 against the policies of the Narendra Modi government. The RJD plans to invite all the opposition parties at the rally.

“Aab yachna nahin, ran hoga (From now on, there will be no prayers; rather we will launch a war)”, Tejashwi has declared.

He also charged the chief minister with using people. “He (Nitish Kumar) is very good in using people..people don’t want such politics,” he commented.

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