'Who is suppressed under debt..,' Modi attacked Nitish fiercely

Patna: Ever since the formation of the Grand Alliance government in Bihar, BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sushil Kumar Modi has been attacking Nitish as well as Tejashwi and Tej Pratap. Sushil Modi has invented a new political term by tweeting. Which he has named 'de-facto' CM.

Sushil Modi, while attacking Nitish Kumar, wrote, 'The respect and humility with which the Chief Minister was seen taking his young deputy to the chair by holding his hand, it is clear who is the de-facto CM and who is under debt.' He has further written that the chair is the same, but the fate of the person sitting is different.

Further, Sushil Modi has written tauntingly that Nitish Kumar used to think that in the bungalow which was made fit for one prince, how can another live in it? He considered the deputy chief minister of NDA worthy of BPL level facility. Giving the example of himself being the Deputy Chief Minister, Sushil Modi has said that now the Deputy Chief Minister has already got 46 ACs installed in his government residence on 5, Deshratna Marg during his tenure. He has further taunted that the messiah of the poor fought till the Supreme Court court for not leaving the luxurious bungalow even after being removed from the post, but Dal did not go. Sushil Modi has also raised a big question on the Z category security received by Tejashwi. Recalling his own 12-year tenure, he has said that I was Deputy CM in Bihar for 12 years, but the government did not feel the need to give me a bulletproof vehicle, No Z-plus protection. Amidst meagre security, I served the public for a long time from the government residence at 1, Polo Road. He said that those whose people are scared as soon as they come to the regime, how can be he in so much danger that security is being increased?

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