In Bihar, the corona virus infection is spreading very fast. There is also a political fire in the state regarding this. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar did not leave his government house for 84 days. After which the leaders of Rashtriya Janata Dal Lalu Yadav and Tejashwi Yadav started taunting the Chief Minister by tweeting. Finally, on Tuesday, Nitish exited CM House after 84 days. He reached the government office located just a few meters from his residence for a cabinet meeting.
On not withdrawing from Nitish's house, Tejashwi Yadav tweeted on Tuesday, "Respected Chief Minister, you have not come out of the house for the last 84 days in this crisis to know the health system, the status of poor and laborers and to encourage the people of the state. You are the only CM of the country to do so. If there is any fear, I will go ahead with you. But come out now. "
Tejashwi wrote in another tweet, "Deshvasis are saying that the CM of Bihar is scared. You confuse the video with your leaders every day by misusing government machinery and resources, but you have not even asked the general public. What you have done in quarantine centers is not hidden from anyone. Wake up now
Apart from Tejashwi, Lalu also taunted Nitish on this issue. On 8 June, Lalu tweeted and wrote, "Who knows? The sneaky Chief Minister of which state has not been out of the house for the last 83 days? Corona may not run away, but the e-minister is leaving the public in the limelight, and in the election, according to Ranchor, everyone got together.
On the other hand, Lalu tweeted another on Wednesday. In which he wrote, “Tell me, how can a chief minister stay away from the land and the public for 85 consecutive days? Nitish is the only Chief Minister of the country who has not been out of the house for 85 days during the calamity. All CMs are working on the ground. Talking to the media. This is the only law, the rest is foolish. "
Nitish retorted on Tejashwi's tweet and wrote, "We tell you we have not come out". Lockladen is in force, the whole country being told not to leave. Reviewing everything one day, doing all the work. There is no whereabouts of living by themselves, even the people of the party do not know!