The government is not interested in discussing issues related to the common man but it is keener on doing communal politics and spreading hatred in society, Tejashwi Yadav said.
The BJP is more interested in doing Hindu-Muslim politics, Tejashwi Yadav claimed (File)
The BJP does not want to discuss real issues but tries to intimidate the opposition with central probe agencies like the Enforcement Directorate and the Central Bureau of Investigation, Tejashwi Yadav, the Leader of the Opposition in the Bihar Assembly, said, slamming the ruling party at the Centre.
The government is not interested in discussing issues related to the common man but it is keener on doing communal politics and spreading hatred in society, Yadav said.
“The BJP is more interested in doing Hindu-Muslim politics and communalising society. They want brothers to fight against brothers,” he alleged.
The opposition will not be scared and will continue to raise issues that are in the interest of the public, he said.
“The BJP had promised to give 19 lakh jobs in Bihar. What happened to the promise? The youth of Bihar are unemployed despite being educated. Corruption is rampant but no action is being taken against the guilty. We have decided to take out a Pratirodh March on August 7 against the government,” Tejashwi Yadav said.
The RJD leader also lashed out at BJP chief JP Nadda, who was in Patna earlier this week for the national executive meeting of the party, for his comments about finishing off regional parties in the country.
“The BJP chief said that they will finish the regional parties but their main motive is to end democracy. JP Nadda made this comment in Bihar. Bihar is not going to tolerate this insult,” Yadav said.
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