Tejashwi Yadav satirises Amit Shah's speech

Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav brands Amit Shah's address as a comedy show . Yadav says he was neither a countrys home minister nor a politician .

PATNA: Hours after Union home minister Amit Shah accused Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar of backstabbing the BJP to join the RJD and warning people about the return of jungle raj, deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav branded his address as a comedy show on Friday.Shah, according to the RJD chief, visited Bihar with the intention of vitiating the atmosphere.He was neither a country's home minister nor a politician.His entire address was a comedic stunt.

In response to reporters' questions regarding Shah's talk the day before, I had said that he would mostly write about meaningless things.Former ally Nitish Kumar, the Union home minister, attacked the Bihar chief minister in Purnea, accusing him of supporting the BJP and attempting to achieve prime ministerial ambitions while sitting in the laps of Congress and the RJD.Shah also said that the jodi of Kumar and RJD president Lalu Prasad would be erased in the 2024 Lok Sabha polls (soopda saaf), and that the BJP will win a majority in the assembly elections a year later.Bihar is under the threat of jungle-raj, according to him.

The Shah is deceitving the Bihar people.According to Yadav, he came to Seemanchal to vitiate the atmosphere and cause anger among the communities.The deputy CM threatened to remind the Union minister that the rate of crime in the national capital was much higher than that in Bihar.On what basis is he (Shah) referring to the jungle raj?

And Delhi's law and order is a central issue.Before commenting on Bihar, he must go through the National Crime Record Bureau's records, according to the RJD leader.