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Lalu's son Tejaswi Yadav compares Pathankot attack to road rage killing in Bihar

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Patna, May 11: Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar Tejaswi Yadav on Wednesday (May 11) gave hilarious remark on 'Jungle Raj' and compared the Aditya Sachdeva road rage incident with the daily road rage incident in Delhi. In arrogant style Yadav also slammed BJP government for defaming the image of Bihar.

Tejaswi gave shocking response on Aditya Sachdeva case and diverted question by questioning the Central Government on 'jungle raj' remark by BJP and asked "Is Vyapam scam in MP not jungle raj, attack on Pathankot airbase was not jungle raj, rape during Jat Quota Stir was not jungle raj, is raising Pak flag not jungle raj?, IAS officers murder is not jungle raj."

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He even targeted the BJP government and said, "Modi government is worried over their failure in Bihar. The opposition (BJP party) is jealous of our alliance government which will rule Bihar for next five years."

However, he even drew parallel comparison of road rage case in Bihar with Pathankot terror attack.

Meanwhile, Tejaswi also said, "We condemned the incident and our government is acting against the accused and we will also make sure that proper punishment will be given to the culprit in Aditya Sachdeva murder case."

After hearing shocking response by Tejaswi Yadav on road rage incident in Bihar, Srikant Sharma, BJP National Secretary said, " Tejaswi Yadav does not deserve to be in the Deputy Chief Minister post as he is diverting the lawlessness in Bihar by comparing the Pathankot incident with Gaya road rage incident."

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