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BJP burns effigies of Lalu and Tejashwi in protest against the statement of Rajya Sabha MP Manoj Jha.

Former minister Neeraj Kumar Bablu told about Lalu’s trick, said that he gave pain and also got ointment applied.

Alok Nandan @ EW News 

Patna. The BJP on Thursday burnt the effigies of RJD national president Lalu Prasad and Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav in protest against RJD national spokesperson and Rajya Sabha MP Manoj Jha insulting a section of the society through a poem in a special session of Parliament.

Many senior BJP leaders and workers left the state office in a procession and reached Income Tax Golambar. During this, BJP leaders and workers raised slogans against RJD and Lalu Prasad. After this, BJP workers protested against MP Jha’s statement by burning the effigies of Lalu Prasad and Tejashwi Yadav.

On this occasion, former minister and MLA Neeraj Kumar Bablu said that RJD’s strategy from the beginning has been to divide the society and caste. He said in a clear tone that Lalu Prasad has once again resorted to the same strategy. He said that first he got a society humiliated in the Parliament through his MP Manoj Jha and then now he is getting the healing done through an MLA.

Challenging the RJD, he said that the RJD President should now understand that the sun has set on the RJD. Now the people of Bihar understand his every move. He said that BJP condemns any such society breaking statement.

Apart from MLA Neeraj Kumar Bablu on this occasion State Vice President Amrita Bhushan, Siddharth Shambhu, Dhirendra Singh, State Headquarters in-charge Arvind Singh, State Spokesperson Rakesh Kumar Singh, BJYM State President Bhartendu Mishra, BJYM State General Secretary Seemant Shekhar, Media co-in-charge Amit Prakash Bablu, Suraj Pandey, media panelist Poonam Singh and Hundreds of Yuva Morcha workers including Upendra Singh were present.

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