JD(U) criticises min for his remark against CM

PATNA: A cupboard minister of Bihar on Friday made sarcastic feedback about leader minister Nitish Kumar on his go back to the NDA, drawing sharp response from the JD(U) which demanded motion in opposition to the BJP chief.

Pramod Kumar, who holds the tourism portfolio, used to be asked for his response to RLSP leader and Union minister Upendra Kushwaha having described the BJP as "Bharatiya Jumla Party" at a rally in East Champaran district on Thursday.

The minister retorted "Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad used to describe the BJP in the same way. But where are they now?"

He went on to say that it used to be Nitish Kumar who came again to the BJP.

Asked whether or not the 2 events came together for energy, he stated, "Nitish Kumar came back owing to a problem. Had he remained in the Mahagathbandhan, he would have had to visit jail to meet Lalu Prasad."

Kumar had walked out of the Mahagathbandhan, which also comprised the Congress, and returned to the NDA final 12 months following corruption circumstances lodged in opposition to Lalu Prasad's son and the then deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav.

JD(U) spokesman reacted strongly to the tourism ministers remark, saying "Nitish Kumar is not only our national president, he is also the chief minister and an immensely widespread chief.

"In politics, one must be very cautious about ones number of words. We would like our alliance partner, the BJP, to bear in mind of the advance and take appropriate motion."

BJP state spokesman Sanjay Singh Tiger, alternatively, clarified, "The ministers remarks are not being taken in the fitting spirit. He used to be now not speaking about the leader minister according to se. He used to be expressing anguish over the conduct of Upendra Kushwaha, who is our alliance partner."

Meanwhile, the RJD accused Kushwaha of "dilly-dallying" and avoiding exit from the NDA because of "attachment to the ministers chair".

"For lengthy the RLSP leader has been sidelined within the NDA whilst the Grand Alliance has been welcoming him with open palms. Taking a call will have to now not had been a tough process but it seems he helps to keep dilly-dallying because of attachment to the ministers chair," RJD national vice president Shivanand Tiwary stated.
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