Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar criticized opposition leader Tejashwi Yadav on Tuesday for interrupting Janata Dal United’s chief speech in the House.
“Jab main waha tha tab ap godi moi le. Ham godi me nahi uthayein hain?… (When I was there you were a kid. Didn’t you play on my knees), ”Mr. Kumar said, after Tejashwi Yadav commented on his time as minister. of the Union in the government of Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
Mr. Yadav was Nitish Kumar’s deputy and his tenure ended with the collapse of the JDU-Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) alliance government in 2017.
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Mr. Kumar was responding to the vote of thanks to the governor on the third day of the budget session. The JDU leader, who spoke about his government’s achievements during his more than 15-year reign in the state, has been repeatedly interrupted by Mr. Yadav.
“Later say what you want … but listen to what I say now … you will benefit from it,” Mr Kumar told Mr Yadav.
Later, Mr. Yadav, during his speech, criticized the BJP-JDU government for the increase in crime in the state.
Mr. Yadav also called Mr. Kumar the “stepney-stooge” of the BJP.
Last year, Mr Kumar conceded the alliance’s big brother status to the BJP because his party could only win 43 seats. The BJP won 74, one less than Mr. Yadav’s party. Mr. Kumar then formed a government with the support of the BJP.
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