Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav on Wednesday, May 1, took a jibe at Janta Dal United (JDU) supremo & Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar after the latter refrained from joining the Vande Mataram chorus initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a public address.
Sharing the video of the incident, Yadav tweeted, “Keep a look at my uncle (Nitish Kumar).” Tagging Nitish Kumar, the leader of opposition in Bihar Legislative Assembly further said, “What have you made of yourself? Probably, you are not feeling suffocated as poisonous people are with you.”
खाली मेरे चाचा पर विशेष नज़र बनाए रखिए।
प्यारे @NitishKumar चाचा,आपने अपना क्या हाल बना लिया है। शायद अब घुटन नहीं होगी क्योंकि ज़हरीले लोग साथ जो है।
हाय हाय ये मजबूरी
ये मौसम और ये दूरी
मुझे पल पल है तड़पाये
तेरी दो टकियाँ दी नौकरी वे मेरा लाखों का सावन जाये
हाय हाय ये मजबूरी pic.twitter.com/9gZXUKoALD
— Tejashwi Yadav (@yadavtejashwi) May 1, 2019
In the video that is now viral on the internet, Prime Minister Narendra Modi can be seen raising his hands and chanting slogans at the end of one of his rallies. Kumar, who appeared disinterested, is seen sitting quietly throughout.
The JDU supremo had left the National Democratic Alliance in 2013. In 2015 assembly elections Kumar aligned with Lalu Prasad Yadav and defeated the saffron party but less than 2 years later, he left the alliance with the RJD and joined the saffron coalition again.