Patna: RJD supremo Lalu Prasad on Tuesday reacted neatly to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dart during him and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar that they have merely 6 days to glory energy and retorted Modi will himself learn a sour doctrine in that duration triggering clever greeting among NDA allies.
“Public will learn a sour doctrine to PM in 6 days (Chah dino mein PM ko Chhati ka doodh yada kara dengi janata),” Prasad told reporters before embarking on a final day of campaigning for Bihar poll.
Later, addressing a open assembly during Bahadurpur in Darbhanga in foster of his confidante Bhola Yadav, a RJD arch reiterated, “PM competence be forced to quit after formula of Bihar check would come on 8 November.”
Prasad’s “Chhati Ka Doodh” taunt during PM triggered clever greeting from NDA leaders.
LJP arch and Union apportion Ramvilas Paswan asked a RJD President to stop “nautanki” (drama).
He counter-claimed Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has usually days to glory (his) Chief Ministership compartment a stipulation of formula on Nov 8.
Union Minister of State Ramkripal Yadav slammed his former RJD trainer and pronounced “both Lalu and Nitish Kumar would know ‘Chhati ka Doodh’ in subsequent 6 days.”
Union apportion Dharmendra Pradhan also strike out during RJD supremo and asked him to “stop creation irrelevant statements.