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On the floor of the assembly, Tejashwi tries to get revenge on Nitish | India News

PATNA: Bihar Prime Minister Nitish Kumar’s personal attack on archrival Lalu Prasad during the recent assembly elections sparked a visceral response from the latter’s son and opposition leader Tejashwi Yadav on the floor of the state assembly on Friday. .[ssonandtheleaderoftheoppositionTejashwiYadavonthefloorofthestateassemblyonFriday[ssonandtheleaderoftheoppositionTejashwiYadavonthefloorofthestateassemblyonFriday
Yadav expressed anger at a speech given by the head of JD (U) in which he had made a reference to the great family of the supreme RJD, without mentioning them by name, to imply that Prasad prefers male descent.
“I hope the prime minister knows that my parents’ youngest son was a girl, born after two children,” said Yadav, whose older brother Tej Pratap Yadav is also a member of the state assembly and his younger sister Rajlaxmi Yadav is married in the family of the Chairman of the Samajwadi Party, Mulayam Singh Yadav.
“Now we come to the fact that the prime minister has only one child. Could we apply his own stick and say that he did not have another for fear that it could be a girl,” Yadav said.
The young RJD leader, who was participating in the debate on the governor’s speech to the newly formed assembly, expressed his dismay that while he focused on “popular issues” during the elections, the ruling NDA decided to do the opposite.
“I was talking about jobs. And I bow to the people of Bihar who voted for us and helped us emerge as the largest party. But due to manipulations by docile officials posted in places where highly controversial election results were annulled, We could have had a chance to keep our promises, “Yadav claimed.
“But my opponents had other priorities. One person none other than the prime minister was happy to insult,” Yadav said, in an indirect reference to the rallies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who coined the expression “jungle raj ke yuvraaj” to rebuke. to the RJD Leader.
“I do not like to make sarcastic comments against my elders. This goes against the values ​​that have educated me. I have always addressed the honorable prime minister, even in public speeches, as a chacha (uncle),” he said. Yadav.
“But my point is, is it incumbent on a prime minister to make such comments?” He asked with a rhetorical flourish to which Nitish Kumar responded with a charitable laugh.
He also vowed to keep the NDA on their toes, claiming it had a lot of rhetoric but lacked “seriousness.”
Turning to spokesperson Vijay Kumar Sinha, he said: “You asked members of this House to wear masks, which shows your seriousness about the pandemic. I always wear a mask and make sure to wear it too. But seriousness o the lack of is evident on the part of this government. ”
“The last time the House met was a one-day session. It was unanimously resolved that a committee to prevent the spread of contagion will be established. Then-President Vijay Kumar Chaudhary is sitting here, now in his capacity as a member of the cabinet. The prime minister, who was supposed to lead by example, is also here. You can find out from them how serious they are, “Yadav added.

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