Nitish Kumar takes jibes at Narendra Modi, yet again

Nitish mocks Modi, yet again
New Delhi, Oct 30: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar took a jibe at BJP's prime ministerial and his Gujarat counterpart Narendra Modi here on Wednesday. Indirectly referring to Modi, Kumar said a lot of people are harbouring the dream of unfurling the Tricolour at the Red Fort. Kumar was attending the Left convention in the capital where the idea of the much talked-about Third Front was likely to gain some shape again.

He said even before reaching the ramparts of the historic fort, people are making a replica of the fort on their rally platforms. In September, the stage in Chhattisgrah from where Modi and other leaders, including state CM Raman Singh spoke during an election rally was modelled on Delhi's Red Fort.

It is the second time in two days that the Bihar chief minister lashed out at Modi and his party. On Tuesday, while addressing a JD(U) meeting at Rajgir in Bihar, Kumar retaliated against Modi, making a point-by-point rebuttal of what the latter had said during the eventful Hunkaar Rally in Patna last Sunday.

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He mocked Modi on that occasion too, asking why a prime ministerial candidate was seen frequently wiping his sweats during the rally? "A Pm candidate should be more calm and not excited," Nitish Kumar said.

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