Shahabuddin should Remain within his Limit; Says JD-U Leader

JD-U spokesperson Neeraj Kumar (file photo).

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Patna: After taking the high road for a brief period saying he had the mandate of the people and he was not obligated to respond to every negative comment made against him, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday unleashed his attack surrogate on Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader and convicted criminal Mohammed Shahabuddin warning him to 'remain within his limit' and not do or say anything saying that could land him in jail once again.

Neeraj Kumar, Chief Minister's one of the many designated counter punchers, reacting to Shahabuddin's comment upon his release from the Bhagalpur prison that Nitish Kumar was the Chief Minister of Bihar due to the political circumstances and his loyalty rested with RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav, said that the former jail bird now out on bail must not cross his limit as the JD-U knew how to deal with such characters.

"Shahabuddin must live within his limit. He needs to stay away from attacking the leader of the anti-BJP coalition because the government knows what to do with people like him," the JD-U spokesperson said.

Praising the Chief Minister for ushering the rule of law and fostering an atmosphere of communal and social harmony, Neeraj Kumar said that Nitish would never compromise with his principals irrespective of what his detractors say.

"We don't need lecture on politics from someone who just came out of prison after spending nearly 11 years behind bars. The government knows what to do with criminals. One injection by the government and he would not even know what hit him," the JD-U leader said.


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