RJD pioneer Tej Pratap Yadav has charged that his Facebook account was “hacked” by the BJP-RSS to make a fracture in his family and debilitate his gathering.
“My Facebook account was hacked and recouped with the assistance of Facebook. BJP supporters have constantly endeavored to hack my web based life records and today they succeeded,” he said the previous evening in a post on the web based life webpage.
The previous express clergyman’s comments came right around a hour after a post had showed up on his page recommending that he was annoyed with a few pioneers of his gathering, including a MLC, and that his folks – RJD supremo Lalu Prasad and national VP Rabri Devi – were turning a hard of hearing ear to his dissensions. The post was erased by Yadav.
“After hacking of my Facebook account they concocted a post went for making a fracture inside my family and debilitating our gathering Some time prior, a RSS supporter had additionally hacked the Facebook page of my dad,” he said in his post.
The post had additionally guaranteed that the RJD pioneer had chosen not to challenge races from his gathering body electorate and was examining retirement from governmental issues.
In an evident reference to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Yadav, the senior child of Prasad, charged that the hacking of his Facebook account had the endorsement of “uncle”.
Kumar had left the Grand Alliance including the RJD, the JD(U) and the Congress a year ago and framed another legislature with the BJP. No pioneer from the decision JD(U)- BJP join in the state was accessible for remarks.