Patna: Relying on the effect of a possible lawsuit, the Nitish administration on Saturday threatened to file a case against Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das alleging the latter used 'unparliamentary' words against the Janata Dal – U and its workers thus causing immense damage to the party's reputation.
JD-U spokesperson Neeraj Kumar, at a press conference in Patna on Saturday, said that Das' recent statements against the JD-U workers were made to malign the image of the party by portraying them as lawless thugs after allegations of them trashing a hotel in Jamshedpur on September 10 surfaced in the media.
"Raghubar Das needs to check his language. His words are not acceptable to us and we are going to take stern legal action against him," Neeraj Kumar said.
Das has mocked Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for abandoning the idea of economic growth and chasing 'useless' schemes like prohibition to fool the people of Bihar.
Earlier Kumar also tried to undermine the leadership of Das saying he became the Chief Minister 'by sheer luck'. Das reacted by tweeting that Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader and criminal Mohammed Shahabuddin was right when he said that Nitish Kumar was the Chief of Bihar due to the generosity of Lalu Prasad Yadav.BLOG COMMENTS POWERED BY DISQUS