Tejashwi Yadav dares BJP to chargesheet him, says CBI can’t be used to intimidate him

Prime News, National (Patna), April 4:- Former deputy Bihar chief minister Tejashwi Yadav, who has taken a centre stage in Bihar politics in the absence of his father and veteran politician Lalu Prasad, has once again dared the ruling BJP to charge sheet him if it can.

Tejashwi Yadav, who has been very vocal in his attacks on the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar, took to Twitter and tweeted, ”From state assembly to streets, I have openly dared Sushil Kumar Modi (Bihar Dy CM) to tell CBI to chargesheet me.

Tejashwi also asked to know if there is any other leader in the country to have dared the authorities to chargesheet him?

Further, in a warning to the ruling BJP, Yadav said that those who indulge in ‘table politics’ on CBI can threaten people like Nitish Kumar, but not him.

The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader had recently alleged that there is a threat to his father Lalu Prasad Yadav’s life and claimed that a conspiracy is being hatched by the BJP.

“I am sure there is a threat to Lalu Ji’s life, looking at the conspiracy being planned by BJP,” he had said.

He made the remarks on Saturday after Lalu was sentenced to seven years in prison each in connection with two cases in the fourth fodder scam case.

Former Bihar deputy chief minister also blamed Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and the BJP for recent incidents of violence in Araria, Bhagalpur and Darbhanga.

Launching a scathing attack on the Janata Dal-United leader, Yadav alleged that Nitish Kumar is taking decisions under fear.

“Hum jitna BJP ko doshi maante hain, usse zyada hum doshi Bihar ke CM ko maante hain. Jo bhi hinsa huyi hai, woh chaahe Araria ho, Bhagalpur ya Darbhanga ho, iska doshi aur koi nahi Nitish Kumar ji hain (While we believe BJP to be the culprits, we feel that Nitish Kumar is more to be blamed. Whatever violence has taken place – be it Araria, Bhagalpur or Darbhanga, no one else but Nitish Kumar is responsible for it),” said the young RJD leader. (MR, Inputs: Agencies).


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