Tejashwi said on the action of ED-CBI, BJP is scared, it will not last in 2024
Tejashwi Yadav said that he (BJP) is scared of the crowd of Purnia rally. They know that they are not going to last in 2024… They are doing false propaganda as if I am the real Adani. He claimed that nothing was found from the house in the CBI raid.
The difficulties of the Lalu family in the matter of land-in-exchange are not taking the name of abatement. A lot of politics is also happening in Bihar regarding this. Where the opposition is telling this as a way of harassing the opposition parties of the Modi government. So on the other hand, the BJP is aggressively attacking the RJD and the Lalu family. Amidst all this, Tejashwi Yadav has given a big statement. The Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar targeted the BJP regarding this. He clearly said that they are scared. Tejashwi also said that Amit Shah is the director of the raid.
Tejashwi Yadav said that he (BJP) is scared of the crowd of Purnia rally. They know that they are not going to last in 2024… They are doing false propaganda as if I am the real Adani. He claimed that nothing was found from the house in the CBI raid. Along with this, he said that at this time politics of low status is happening in the country. Attacking the BJP, he said that it has accepted its defeat and that is why it is getting raids done. At the same time, the BJP clearly says that action is being taken after solid evidence and not with a sense of revenge, the opposition will not be allowed to loot.
Former Deputy Chief Minister and Rajya Sabha member Sushil Kumar Modi said that whatever statement Nitish Kumar may make on the raids of the investigating agencies on the premises of the Lalu family in the “land for job” scam, he is the happiest. Modi said that due to the action of inquiry, RJD’s pressure to make Tejashwi Prasad Yadav the Chief Minister soon has been averted. This is a matter of relief for JDU. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday said such things had happened in 2017 as well when he was in the anti-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alliance. Nitish said in response to the question of journalists, “What can I say, those who are getting affected are giving adequate response.”