While family members of former Chief Minister of Bihar Lalu Yadav is trying hard to brush aside the claims of inner feud in the family, their attack on Bihar's Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Prime Minister Modi continues. On Saturday, Lalu Yadav's wife Rabri Devi made a sensational charge of the fodder scam case against Lalu being false, his son Tejashwi Yadav called Kumar as 'chacha420'.(Uncle 420)
Taking to Twitter, Tejashwi Yadav said to BJP leader Syed Shahnawaz Hussain that his uncle (Nitish Kumar) is 420. Tejashwi has been targeting Nitish Kumar by calling him his uncle and has in the past called him 420 which in Hindi means who is a fraudster. Here's his tweet:
"Listen respected Shahnawaz sahab, my uncle is 420. I saw a movie in my childhood which was called Chachi 420, but in my adulthood, I am seeing live Chacha 420. You have also been the victim of 420. You have agreed that you were not given a ticket because of him. And yes Sushil Modi is a Srijan thief."
Earlier, when asked about May 23 results and the competition RJD faces from JD(U), RJD Leader and son of former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Yadav, Tejashwi Yadav, commented that JD(U) Chief, Nitish Kumar and his party 'will go extinct like dinosaurs.'
"Nitish Kumar and Nitish Kumar's party will not exist after May 23. Like the dinosaurs they will disappear," said Yadav.
On Saturday, May 11, hitting out at Nitish Kumar and his NDA government, former CM of Bihar Rabri Devi said that the tyrannical Nitish-Modi government has incarcerated RJD chief and her husband Lalu Yadav in a false case.
A day before the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha elections in the country, former CM Devi took to Twitter to declare that the case against her husband was false. She further alleged that Lalu Yadav is being tortured, and was being inhumanely treated.
Former CM Rabri Devi tweeted: "Injustice and tyrannical Nitish Modi government have incarcerated saheb (Lalu Yadav) in a false case. He is being tortured in jail. They are not letting his treatment continue. They are behaving inhumanly with him and they make their men abuse him.
People this time will slap them with their votes. With the power of the vote, they will be slapped so tight that they won't ever forget."
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