Patna: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader and Leader of Opposition in Bihar Assembly Tejaswi Yadav accused Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of snooping. Tejaswi has tweeted about the breach of privacy on Thursday.
In a tweet, Tejaswi launched the attack against Nitish Kumar and said, “Is this Nitish Ji’s paranoia for security or many other insecurities, frustrations & apprehensions with that he has put only CCTV camera right on the boundary wall between his & mine residence to snoop over? Why CM needs a camera only there with already permanent security checks post?”
Chief Minister’s residence is adjacent to Tejaswi’s residence in Patna which was allotted to deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi.
Earlier, Tejaswi Yadav was allotted this bungalow and when he was the deputy CM and later after the split from Grand alliance (Mahagathbandhan) Modi became the deputy and the state government allocated it to him.
However, Tejaswi approached Patna High Court against the government decision and the matter is sub judice and he continued the occupancy of the bungalow.
On Thursday he launched an attack targeting the CM and claimed that the area is already under high-security alert and installations of such high definition CCTV is a breach of his privacy.
He said that the CM residence is surrounded by three main roads and his residence is on the fourth side. RJD leader felt it that it is unnecessary and done due to political rivalry. At the same time, he also questioned the law and order situation in the state and also pointed toward the crime graph which is going up. He further added that CM is keeping an eye on the political rivals rather than worrying about the entire state.
Tejaswi also questioned the necessity of further installments of CCTV camera and said in his another tweet, “Bihar govt must tighten the security whenever required for the CM who already has Z+ category and even resides in high security zone but is it preferable to install high resolution HD CCTV cameras facing, snooping & interfering the privacy of neighbour?”