Pioneer of Opposition in the authoritative get together Tejashwi Prasad Yadav on Tuesday asked Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to quit “befooling” individuals on the issue of exceptional classification status for Bihar when the Central government has officially dismissed the request.
He criticized Nitish Kumar on Monday by and by attesting that the state merited concede of extraordinary class status from the middle and mockingly requesting that he approach “UN and G-8” to get his request satisfied.
Tejashwi has additionally posted a video with his tweet in which Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Shipping and Water Resources Nitin Gadkari has been indicated plainly dismissing the exceptional class status for any state including Bihar.
“There is no arrangement for allow of exceptional status in the Constitution. What’s more, in the event that one state is agreed exceptional status, at that point others (states) would likewise begin requesting the same,”
Gadkari said in a video posted by Tejashwi.
“Dear Nitish Chacha Ji, Now to look for Special Status for Bihar, you should approach UN and G-8.,” he said mockingly while reminding him “to play those recordings of PM wherein at a few times he had guaranteed Special Status to Bihar in Bihar.”
With whom the CM has been arguing his case for concede of unique status to Bihar, Tejashwi said that “Its ur govt at state and focus. Expectation you, @Amit Shah and @Sushil Modi wont point the finger at Pakistan for it.”
Responding pointedly to the pioneer of restriction’s mocking comment, Bihar JD(U) boss representative Sanjay Singh in his tweet asked Tejashwi Yadav to first clarify the explanation behind his Indonesia trip.
“As a matter of first importance, you should make it open as what number of islands you have purchased in Indonesia…Was it not the goal of your mystery trip (to Indonesia) to contribute resources gained through dark cash,” Singh, the ex-MLC, said.
“You (Tejashwi) have begun purchasing properties in outside (nation) as focal organizations are watching out for benami resources that you have obtained in the nation,” Singh said.