JD-U Leader Takes Jab at Tejaswi on his Educational Background

JD-U leader Sanjay Singh (file photo).

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Patna: Janata Dal-U spokesperson Sanjay Singh on Sunday chose to take the low road in taking a shot at Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejaswi Yadav saying those who couldn't even pass Class 9 were naturally interested in the stories of cat and mouse as was evident recently when Yadav mocked the Nitish government of blaming everything on rats.

"Those who cannot even pass Class 9 are naturally attracted towards simple stories of cat and mouse. Maybe now he will blame the mouse of Nitish Kumar ate up his Class 9 certificate. Had the mouse not eaten his certificate, he likely would have graduated from a college," Singh said.

Continuing to harp on Tejaswi's failure in Class 9, the JD-U spokesperson said that those who couldn't pass Class 9 were obviously unable to see any development under Nitish Kumar in Bihar.

"When you have flunked Class 9, it is natural for you to remain stuck in subjects like cat, mouse, cow, cow-dung, fodder, bitumen etc. leaving no time for you to think about the development of the people of Bihar," the JD-U leader said.

Singh then reminded people of the Lalu-led jungle raj in Bihar saying during the Lalu regime, cows and buffaloes were transported on scooters.

"Those who were used to carry cows and buffaloes on scooters are now telling the stories of rats. They have a particular affinity with animals because they don't mind stealing animal fodder for their own consumption," he said in reference to the multi-crore rupees fodder scam in Bihar under the Lalu regime in the nineties.

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