Patna, March 31: Two members of ruling grand alliance in Bihar were engaged in an ugly war of words on Wednesday, March 30, giving opposition a chance to make a mockery.
JD(U) MLA Raj Kishore Kushwaha and Congress legislature Dilip K Chaudhary reportedly had a tiff outside the Bihar's Upper House over the liquor ban issue.
Kushwaha threatened Chaudhary that he will cut his tongue.
Meanwhile, BJP leader from Bihar, Giriraj Singh was quick to react on the alleged war of words between Congress and JD(U) legislatures.
On Twitter, he wrote, "whose hearts do not bond, how they can hug each other?"
Meanwhile, 243 Bihar legislators said that they will not drink and stay away from alcohol.
On Nov 8, 2015, "Grand Alliance" of JD(U)-RJD-Congress had emerged victorious by winning 178 seats. NDA alliance of BJP-LJP-HAM had won 59 seats and others got 6 seats.