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Lalu rebuffs land deals allegations, calls Sushil Modi BJP's agent

ANI  |  Patna (Bihar) [India] 

RJD chief Yadav on Sunday rubbished all the allegations regarding his family members' land deals and accused senior functionary Sushil Kumar Modi of being the party's agent.

"Sushil Modi is an agent of the He is making a conspiracy against me to send me to jail. I will get justice from the court. We will surely conduct the rally on August 27 at Gandhi Maidan Patna against Sushil Modi has destroyed Bihar," Lalu told ANI.

Meanwhile, in counter to this, Sushil Modi claimed that all the opposition parties are coming together because they are afraid of corruption drive by Prime Minister

"All the opposition parties are coming together because they are afraid of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's fight against corruption. During our campaign, we will go door to door and will tell people about the corruption done by of this government and how Chief Minister is shielding the culprits," Sushil Modi said.

Earlier in the day, Lalu came down heavily on the and said that Prime Minister wants to pose himself as Lord Ram, adding he wants to dictate the country which will ultimately ruin the system.

"Prime Minister Modi wants to become Ram and tells people to be like 'Bajrangbali' and listen to him quietly without any questions. He wants to become a dictator. Under his rule this country will not flourish and neither will it be secure," Lalu said in a press conference here.

He added that the has made India the biggest supplier of beef but is manhandling and assaulting those who are using cows for the dairy products.

"The Prime Minister said that after demonetisation the incidents of stone pelting will stop in Kashmir, also Naxal activities will stop. Instead, inflation is on the rise, unemployment is increasing and communalism is increasing as well," he asserted.

Lalu further said that Prime Minister Modi had promised that each and every MP would adopt a village and contribute in its development but nothing happened.

"Since the time has come into power, Pakistan has been attacking on India ferociously. This government does not think about its people," he said.

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First Published: Sun, May 14 2017. 21:57 IST
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