Tejashwi’s personal comment on Nitish, unrest in the house

There was a lot of unrest in the Bihar Legislative Assembly when the Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav made a personal comment on Chief Minister (CM) Nitish Kumar. Amidst the heavy noise, Deputy CM Tarkishore Prasad termed the statement of the leader of the opposition party as shameful and further said that such statements within the House are way beyond derogatory. He advised Tejashwi to follow the decorum of the house. There should be no such comment on the Chief Minister or any other leader. This is the beginning of a wrong tradition.

Tejashwi continued the contention from the times of the election campaign and made a personal comment on CM Nitish Kumar in the House. He said, Nitishji in his election campaigns used to talk about Lalu Yadav’s 9 children. Nitish used to say that Lalu Yadav had no trust in the daughter, and produced 9 children from a son. Tejashwi questioned if Nitish Kumar was afraid of having a girl child, and thus he did not produce another child?

However, the RJD has defended Tejashwi’s statement in the House despite opposition from the ruling coalition. RJD leader Subodh Rai said that there should not be a personal attack, but if the second personal attack happens, we also will not be silent. What language does Niraj Kumar speak, everyone knows. Nothing has happened yet and it is yet to happen.
On the other hand, strongly opposing the statements of Tejashwi, JDU leader Ghulam Rasul Balliavi has said that the statement made by Tejashwi within the House is extremely shameful. At the same time, BJP leader Sanjay Saraogi described it as the desperation of Tejashwi. Saraogi said that recently Nitish Kumar had stunning results in the election and now he is taking over as the CM. Now in Frustration, Tejashwi is spilling a narrative.

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Aamir Khan

Aamir Khan is a student at the Centre for Chinese and South-east Asian Studies, JNU, New Delhi. He also works with Hasratein- a Delhi based queer collective. The current area of his academic interest lies in the study of the Chinese language and society.