Patna/New Delhi, Oct 8: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader C.P. Thakur on Monday sought action against Janata Dal-United (JD-U) MP Jai Narayan Nishad for making derogatory remark against his political outfit.
Singh, who was reacting on Nishad’s remark that the ‘BJP is a sweet poison in Bihar’, said the BJP has always honoured the coalition norm.
“How has BJP acted like a sweet poison? We always honoured the coalition norm. We always made sacrifices. We will not tolerate such a cheap and derogatory statement. The JD-U should take action against those who make such cheap and derogatory remarks,” Singh told Asian News International (ANI) in Patna.
Jai Narayan Nishad had earlier alleged that the BJP wanted to destroy the NDA Government in Bihar by giving it sweet poison.
“BJP wants to destroy the second NDA government in Bihar by giving it sweet poison,” he said.
Nishad further demanded that JD (U) chief Sharad Yadav should take a call on the alliance in Bihar.
“It is not a party of either me or Nitish. Sharad Yadav should call a meeting of party and decide whether we should continue coalition in Bihar or not because of too many statements. Everybody wants to strengthen his party but the statement that they would contest all 40 seats is not acceptable,” he added. (ANI)