'Came to Bihar to talk nonsense...,' Tejashwi attacks Amit Shah fiercely

Patna: Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav has attacked Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Tejashwi said that Amit Shah had come to Bihar to talk nonsense, not about work. Amit Shah should tell that PM Narendra Modi had promised a special package to Bihar. Should have talked about Bihar's special status and giving jobs. Our government is distributing appointment letters. In the coming time, we are going to give jobs to 1.5 lakh persons only in the health department. Tejashwi Yadav had reached the Durga temple in Gopalganj.

Attacking the BJP, Yadav said that the central government had talked about providing 2 crore jobs every year. Why did Amit Shah not give the narrative of 8 years in this case. BJP people come to cheat the people. It is worth mentioning that in Bihar's Purnia, Home Minister Amit Shah attacked Chief Minister Nitish Kumar a lot in the rally. Said that by betraying the BJP, Nitish sat in Lalu's lap for selfishness. Lalu Yadav and Nitish Kumar are suffering from stomach aches due to my visit. He warned Lalu and said Laluji, take care, Nitish Babu will leave you tomorrow and sit in the lap of Congress. Amit Shah said that Nitish Kumar cheated everyone. Betrayed the eminent socialist with George Fernandes. He is saying that I have not come here to quarrel. I have not come here to fight with anyone. Lalu himself is very much involved in quarrelling. No one needs to be afraid under Modi ji's rule.

At the same time, the big news from the political corridors of Bihar is that RJD supremo Lalu Prasad has left for Delhi. CM Nitish Kumar will leave for Delhi on Sunday. In Gopalganj, Tejashwi Yadav said that CM Nitish Kumar will also go to Delhi and meet Sonia Gandhi.

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