In a peculiar proclamation, former Bihar health minister and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav’s son Tej Pratap Yadav has accused Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi of letting ghosts loose in his government bungalow. Refering to this reason, the young RJD leader has even emptied the home.

Conversing with mediapersons on the issue, he stated, “I have vacated the official residence because Nitish and Modi have released ghosts in the cabin to haunt me. Thus, I have chosen to leave the residence.”

In July 2017, the Bihar government had requested that Tej Pratap vacated the official residence after the Janata Dal United broke the Mahagathbandhan allianceto agree with the Bharatiya Janata Party.

In any case, this isn’t the first occasion when that Tej Pratap has indulged something controversial with the decision JDU-BJP union. Just about two months back, he had hit out at Nitish Kumar, calling him “dhokhebaaz”.

Talking at an open rally in Motihari in Bihar, the RJD leader had said that he doesn’t need a “dhokhebaaz dulhaniya like Nitish”.

Prior, he had even threatened to go into Sushil Kumar Modi’s home and disrupts his child’s marriage, which had prompted a war of words between the two leaders on microblogging site Twitter too. Clarifying his statement, he later told a local television channel that he considered the BJP leader as his dad. He had additionally said in a similar meeting that he would need Modi to find bride for him.

Following his danger, Tej Pratap had, in any case, tried to play it around saying that he was not a terrorist and Modi could proceed with son’s wedding with no fear. “I am not a criminal or a terrorist . Sushil Modi ought to proceed with the wedding without stress or dread,” he had said.

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