In the Bihar Assembly, Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav said the BJP has three sons-in-law—ED, CBI, and IT.
He said BJP will launch these agencies on those who cannot be bowed down or bought over.
Yadav added that their partnership (with Nitish) would do wonders. “This will be a long inning.” He said.
“With Nitish and Lalu Prasad, no one can take away voting rights of Muslims in Bihar, Tejashwi Yadav said in Assembly. He said the RJD had two options, either to tolerate rising social tension or to join hands to save the country of Gandhi and Lohia.
Meanwhile, Nitish Kumar-led government won the motion of confidence by voice vote as opposition BJP staged a walkout in the Assembly.
Kumar said he has no personal ambition but wants to work for Bihar on the allegation of his ambition to become the Prime Minister.