Bihar Minister Ashok Chaudhary slapped a legal opinion on Tejashwi Yadav, the opposition leader in the National Assembly, on Monday, alleging that the RJD tip had posted an “edited” video on social media and others “misleading” messages aimed at destroying its image.
Chaudhary, who owns the building construction portfolio at Nitish Kumar, alleged that the RJD chief ministerial candidate shared an “uplifted” video of his response to journalists’ questions about an open letter from the imprisoned father of Mr. Yadav, Lalu Prasad, addressed to the people of Bihar one day after his 73rd birthday.
The minister, who belongs to the Dalit community, criticized Lalu, saying that the head of the RJD said in his letter “that he would continue his fight for the Dalits and the” shoshit “(exploited), but that he should tell people what he actually did. to them when he had power. “
At one point, the Minister fumbled in the allegedly tampered video, and a split-second clip was played several times in which an invective was allegedly heard.
Social media posts aimed to “destroy the flawless reputation” of JD (U) chief Chaudhary in view of the upcoming elections in Bihar, the statement said, while asking Tejashwi Yadav to make an unconditional apology or to face legal action.
Chaudhary, who previously served as minister in the cabinet led by Prasad’s wife Rabri Devi of the congressional contingent, got angry at social media posts saying that “Tejashwi Yadav lacks education, having abandoned his studies after having failed in class 9 “.
“His father gave the example of the gaali-galauj (abuse and invective) that he was known to indulge even in front of crowds and therefore the son cannot think beyond it. But those who have an adequate education n ‘don’t need foul language to invoke anyone,’ said the minister.
The notice, published by Mr. Chaudhary’s lawyer, Kumar Shanu, calls for the immediate removal of all these messages on social networks by the head of the RJD and an unconditional apology from Tejashwi Yadav on Facebook, Twitter and “in three major Bihar newspapers “.
Mr. Yadav was requested to do whatever is necessary “within 10 hours of receipt of the notice, failing which my client will be forced to initiate criminal proceedings under the IPC and a civil action for damages “.
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