‘Nitish wadh in 2020’: RJD leader Tej Pratap leads crowd to chant shocking slogan
Tej Pratap made this statement while addressing a meeting in Rajapakar area of Vaishali district of Bihar. The state is scheduled to go for Assembly polls in the second half of this year.
New Delhi: Rashtriya Janta leader and Lalu Yadav’s eldest son Tej Pratap Yadav on Friday encouraged the crowd for highly objectionable sloganeering. During the Mahashivratri celebrations in Vaishali, the RJD leader asked the crowd, ‘2020 me kiska vadh hoga?’ People in the crowd reply – ‘Nitish ka’.
Yadav said that the Bihar Chief Minister would face a defeat in the upcoming Bihar elections adding that people know who the real “Kansa” (the mythological demon king) is.
Watch what Tej Pratap said
Bihar: Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Tej Pratap Yadav asks crowd in Vaishali – '2020 me kiska vadh hoga?' People in the crowd reply – 'Nitish ka'. (20.02.2020) pic.twitter.com/x3xZdTYKys
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“During 2020 Bihar upcoming election, it will be Nitish Kumar’s government that will face defeat, similarly to Kansa,” he said. In the past, Tej Pratap has often grabbed media’s attention for dressing up as Lord Krishna.
“Our supporters are doing their duty and trying their best to work towards development. Karma should be the priority, therefore don’t worry about the fruits,” he added.
He made this statement while addressing a meeting in Rajapakar area of Vaishali district of Bihar. The state is scheduled to go for Assembly polls in the second half of this year. There are 243 seats in the Bihar Assembly.