However Tejashwi Yadav had not named anyone, BJP’s Nikhil Anand took the trap, saying “Nityanand Rai (MoS for Home) is a genuine Yadav as he has a place with a group of cowherds and is, thusly, a relative of Lord Krishna. Tejashwi is ‘farji’ (counterfeit) as he has a place with a local area of shepherds”.
Patna: The BJP has affirmed that Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav was a “phony”, who had a place with a group of “shepherds” however professed to be a relative of Lord Krishna’s family.
State BJP representative and Other Backward Classes Morcha public general secretary Nikhil Anand emerged with a stinging assertion against Tejashwi Yadav in light of a question and answer session held by the last option.
In the press meet, Mr Yadav had gone after “an association serve, who was longing for turning into the Chief Minister and arranging a game (‘khela’) in Bihar”.
However Mr Yadav had not named anyone, Nikhil Anand on Thursday took the trap, saying “Nityanand Rai (MoS for Home) is a genuine Yadav as he has a place with a group of cowherds and is, thusly, a relative of Lord Krishna. Tejashwi is ‘farji’ (counterfeit) as he has a place with a local area of shepherds”.
As per Press Trust of India, it has been generally conjectured that were the BJP to win power in Bihar, it could move Nityanand Rai as the Chief Minister in a bid to prevail upon the Yadav people group, the most crowded and politically self-assured rank gathering in the state, which has, overall, stayed unfaltering in help to RJD president Lalu Prasad Yadav.
Those from the standing case to be relatives of the ‘Yaduvansh’ administration of old India wherein, according to legend, Lord Krishna was conceived.
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