RJD pioneer Tej Pratap Yadav has said he expected to set up a “no passage” board at his mom’s home here for Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, in accordance with his gathering’s stand that the entryway is shut for return of JD(U) president to the Grand Alliance, which likewise contains Congress.
Responding to the free thinker RJD MLA’s mocking comment, JD(U) representative and MLC Neeraj Kumar hit back, saying, “Theirs is a house which is as often as possible assaulted by CBI, Income Tax Department and the Enforcement Directorate. Who might want to enter it in any case?”
“I wish to set up a board declaring ‘No Entry’ for uncle Nitish Kumar here,” Yadav, the senior child of Lalu Prasad, told journalists on Sunday outside the 10, Circular Road living arrangement allocated to his mom and previous boss priest Rabri Devi. It is a short distance from the Chief Minister’s legitimate living arrangement 1, Anney Marg.
Yadav was answering to questions about the announcement made a week ago by his more youthful sibling Tejashwi Yadav, whom the gathering has named its Chief Ministerial possibility for the following Assembly surveys, that the entryway is shut for Nitish Kumar who is said to become awkward in the BJP-drove NDA.
Tejashwi Yadav, who is likewise the Leader of the Opposition in the state Assembly, had put forth the expression in the setting of reports that the RJD’s partner in the express, the Congress, was ready to take Kumar back in the organization together upon his breaking ties with the BJP.
Tej Pratap Yadav, whose family has been focused on commonly by Sushil Kumar Modi over asserted unpredictable land exchanges, said the Bihar Deputy Chief Minister should “sit at home and drink tea”. “The general population will give him a befitting answer in the following decisions.”
The Grand Alliance had appeared after Nitish Kumar and his most outstanding opponent RJD supremo Lalu Prasad sank their disparities and held hands, in the wake of the drubbing got by them in the 2014 Lok Sabha surveys.
The three-party organization together cleared the gathering decisions held multi year later, making the greatest misfortune the BJP-drove NDAs winning binge. Tejashwi, at that point only 26 years of age, was made the Deputy CM. Be that as it may, after tax evasion arguments were held up against him a year ago, relations started to harsh between the RJD and Nitish Kumar.
The Chief Minister at last left the organization together in July a year ago, shaped another administration with the BJP and came back to the NDA, which he had stopped in 2013 after contrasts over the projection of Narendra Modi, at that point the Gujarat Chief Minister, as the Prime Ministerial competitor.