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‘Talk about real issues’: RJD’s Tejashwi on PM Modi’s mutton remark

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NEW DELHI: “Idhar udhar ki baat na karein, muddey ki baat karein Pradhanmantri,” former Bihar deputy CM

Tejashwi Yadav

on Friday responded to

PM Modi

‘s attack of consuming non-veg in the month of

Sawan

earlier.
Yadav further said that PM Modi doesn’t talk about jobs, employment and inflation. “He can say anything he wants but public wants to hear what he did for the people of Bihar,” said Yadav.
Additionally, Tejashwi Yadav said that PM should give an account of what he did for Bihar in 10 years.

PM Narendra Modi, earlier on Friday targetted

Rahul Gandhi

and Lalu Yadav for allegedly consuming

mutton

during the month of Sawan last year.

The Prime Minister, who was addressing an election rally in Jammu and Kashmir’s Udhampur, referred to a viral video from September 2023, in which the two leaders were seen preparing “Champaran mutton” together.
PM Modi accused the INDIA bloc allies of “echoing the Mughal era mentality” and attempting to “provoke citizens”.
“They visit a criminal’s house, a convict out on bail in Sawan to cook mutton. They make videos to mock people, echoing the Mughal era mentality. They aim to provoke citizens and secure their vote bank, now they’ll rain bullets on me, abuse me. But it’s my responsibility to show the the right aspect to the country,” PM Modi said.
Earlier this week, a video of RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav eating fish fry during Navratri sparked controversy, with BJP leaders and some netizens expressing disapproval.
Yadav defended himself on X, stating that the video was recorded on April 8, a day before Navratri began. He dismissed the outrage as a distraction tactic and mocked the reaction of BJP supporters and the media, asserting that Sahni’s use of the phrase “mirchi lagegi” had been proven correct.

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