Lalu plays religious politics on Bihar corona, says Hindus are now being buried...

Patna: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) president and former Bihar CM Lalu Prasad has now attacked the Nitish government and tried to fuel the Hindutva issue over the issue of bodies found in river Ganga and burial in Chausa village under Buxar district of Bihar.

RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav shared the cutting of various newspapers on social media and wrote, "Jeetoji did not give medicines, oxygen, beds and treatment. After death, wood, two yards of shrouds and land were also not lucky. The bodies were dumped in the Ganga for misery. Dogs are scratching corpses. Hindus are being buried. Where are you taking the country and humanity?'.

 

At the same time, he wrote in another tweet, "There are some similarities between the Corona and the Bihar government, both are dangerous to public life and both are invisible. The Patna High Court has reprimanded the Nitish government for finding the body on the banks of the Ganga in Buxar district of Bihar. The high court has sought a response from the Nitish government by Thursday on the case of bodies found in the River Ganga. The Patna High Court is continuing to hear the corona epidemic case in the state.

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