After SuMo-Shatru verbal wrestling, it is now the turn of Chacha-Bhatija twitter battle
Patna,(BiharTimes): After a brief twitter battle with Patna Saheb MP Shatrughan Sinha, senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi has once again trained his gun on ‘Bhatija’ (nephew) Tejashwi Prasad Yadav.
A day after the deputy CM offered juice to fasting RJD MLA, Saroj Yadav, the BJP leader tweeted: “RJD MLA Saroj Yadav and spokesperson Mrityunjay Tiwari are on hunger strike. What kind of Grand Alliance is this? No one is bothered about RJD?”
As reported Saroj was on fast in protest against corruption in rural works department in his Assembly constituency,
On the other hand Tiwari led a fast by 200 sportspersons demanding jobs under Mukhiya Mantri Khel Vikas Yojana. Tiwari said that he undertook fast as he is also the president of the Bihar Players Association.
Tejashwi, who persuaded Saroj to break his fast, later said that it is the beauty of democracy in Grand Alliance, where one is free to raise the demand concerning the people. This is in total contrast to the Narendra Modi government where even the ministers can not speak anything.
Once again after SuMo’s tweet Tejashwi replied, “Hamein koi nahi puchh raha to aapke pet mein marod kyun uth raha hai? Chacha, dohrepan ki koi seema hai ki nahi? Kabhi hamein Ssuper CM batate ho, kabhi koi puchhta nahi (Uncle, why are you having cramps in your stomach if the Grand Alliance government is not bothered about ally RJD? Isn’t there a limit to double standards? You sometimes say we (RJD) are ‘super CM’ and at other times say no one is bothered about us).”
Tejashwi, who often use to address SuMo as Chacha launched his counter-attack of money laundering. He charged that entry operators are associated with firms of his brother R K Modi.
“Modi should clarify whether or not Lalit Chabaria, considered the king of money-laundering market in India, is director in the real estate firm of his brother R K Modi. Why doesn’t he write to ED and other agencies to conduct a fair probe into the financial irregularities of his brother’s firm?” Tejashwi asked.
SuMo again hit back at Lalu’s family, saying his wife and former chief minister Rabri Devi bought the land of MLA Cooperative Society at throwaway prices from finance minister Abdul Bari Siddiqui and former minister Sudha Srivastav in 2002-2003.
It needs to be recalled that Sudha (now late), a JD(U) leader, was the excise minister during the NDA government in Bihar.
If SuMo is to be believed “the land was valued at Rs 10 lakh in 2002-03, but it was purchased from Siddiqui and Sudha at Rs 37,000 each. The MLA Cooperative Society is under the control of RJD and its properties have been grossly misutilised.”