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On the arrest, Pappu Yadav said – ‘Nitish wants to infect Corona and get me killed’, RJD activists hit the road.
Political arson continues in Bihar amid the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Police arrested Jan Adhikar Party chief and former MP Pappu Yadav on Tuesday. It is alleged that Pappu Yadav violated the rules of lockout during the Corona period. But in the past, tensions between Pappu Yadav and the state government have increased, with the arrest in such a situation leading to an increase in political temperature.
After the arrest, Pappu Yadav has also accused the state government of tweeting. He wrote in his tweet that Nitish, Pranam. Do not take the endurance test. Otherwise, the public will take over the system, then your administration will forget the lockdown protocol. I had my operation a month ago, even then I am putting my life at stake. Just got my test, Corona came negative. You want to kill by positive. he,s tweeted.
Do not take the test of patience. Otherwise, the public will take the system into their hands, then your administration will forget all the lockdown protocol.
I had an operation a month ago. Still saving my life at stake. Now I got tested, Corona came negative. You want to kill positive.”
After this tweet, Pappu Yadav tweeted another. This time he wrote, If governments should prepare to fight the third wave of Corona, then they are fighting Pappu Yadav. Looking for the case all over Bihar, how to hide your failure by trapping.
“If governments should prepare to fight the third wave of Corona, then Pappu is fighting Yadav
Do not compete with us in service, help, saving lives! Why are you wasting time in the conspiracy to trap and send you to jail? Looking for the case all over Bihar, how to hide your failure by trapping.”
In protest against the arrest of Pappu Yadav, many big leaders of Bihar and the country have issued their statements and have targeted the state’s Nitish government. Not only the Nitish government’s opponents but his colleagues are also seen supporting Pappu Yadav on this issue.
Who said what about the arrest of Pappu Yadav…
Lalu Yadav’s son Tej Pratap Yadav, who was a minister in the Bihar government, surrounded the state government on this issue. Tej Pratap tweeted that the robber is arrested here, while iftar happens in CM’s house.
Kirti Azad of Bihar also opposed taking action on Pappu Yadav. Kirti Azad wrote in a tweet that Pappu Yadav’s double engine is opening the poll of the government, so much action is being taken on him.
Not only the opponents but also partners in Bihar’s NDA government are questioning this arrest. Jeetan Ram Manjhi of Hindustan Awam Morcha has opposed the arrest of Pappu Yadav by tweeting. Jitan Ram Manjhi has written that if a public representative serves people day and night, even if he is arrested then it is a step taken against humanity.
Mukesh Sahni, a minister in the Nitish government, has said on this issue that the people’s representative should serve the people by following the Corona guidelines. It is insensitive to arrest Pappu Yadav engaged in service at this time.
RJD protest in support of Pappu Yadav, demand for Rudy’s arrest
Not only in statements on Twitter but also on the ground, an atmosphere has been created in support of Pappu Yadav. In Bihar, RJD workers protested and protested Pappu Yadav’s arrest, while demanding that the arrest should be of Rajiv Pratap Rudy, but action has been taken only on the people who are helping Pappu Yadav.
Not only this, RJD leader Kedar Prasad Yadav got shaved today demanding the arrest of Rajiv Pratap Rudy and said that the movement will continue till Rajiv Pratap Rudy is charged with treason.
Significantly, in the past, Pappu Yadav had opened a front against BJP leader Rajiv Pratap Rudy in Bihar. Politics heats up when Pappu Yadav raised his voice about some ambulance lying idle by Rajiv Pratap Rudy. A case was also registered against Pappu Yadav for the lockdown violation, but now he was arrested on Tuesday.