Patna: In what is being seen as a juvenile move paralleling grade-school behavior, the elder son of Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav and former Bihar Health Minister Tej Pratap Yadav on Sunday said that he was planning to put a giant 'No Entry' sign at his parents' house on 10 Circular Road in Patna to prevent Janata Dal – U leader and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar from ever coming to his home.
"I am going to put a 'No Entry' sign at our home to prevent Nitish Chacha from coming," Yadav who, unlike his younger brother and former Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar Tejaswi Yadav who is seen as the heir-apparent of the RJD political empire, is increasingly being seen as a failed politician, said.
It may be recalled that the house Yadav is referring to is a government-provided bungalow to his mother Rabri Devi, former Chief Minister of Bihar.
The former Health Minister who is now rumored to have given up on politics and is instead hoping to become a Bhojpuri film star was reacting to the reports of Nitish Kumar possibly reconsidering leaving NDA and joining RJD-led Grand Alliance in Bihar.
"We won't even allow him in our home much less into the Mahagathbandhan," Tej Pratap Yadav, considered to be the brash one between the two brothers, said.
The RJD leaders' sustained jabs at Nitish Kumar has irked Congress Party, an RJD ally in Bihar, as two of its leaders earlier advised the brothers to tone down their rhetoric and stop making statements that may come back to haunt the alliance during the election time.
A Janata Dal – U spokesperson, reacting to Tej Pratap Yadav's unhinged comment, said that the brothers' arrogance would prove to be their downfall in future.