On Monday, the Uttar Pradesh BJP Chief Mahendra Nath Pandey hits back at Tejashwi Yadav and said that the statement made by him against the Prime Minister and BJP were a result of his “mental bankruptcy”.

In a statement, Mr. Pandey said that “a person, who has been unable to save his base and goodwill in his state, is speaking big in Uttar Pradesh. The statements made by Tejashwi Yadav against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP (during his Lucknow visit) are a result of his mental bankruptcy.”

“On one hand his father is in jail on charges of corruption, on the other hand, he is tensed over his brother. Hence, he is unable to understand the reality of not only UP and Bihar but the entire country. RJD has been uprooted in Bihar, hence in order to create some attraction among his supporters, he is making nonsensical remarks in UP,” added Mr. Pandey.

Earlier, Mr. Yadav had targeted PM Modi at his press conference in Lucknow after meeting the Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav.

Mr. Pandey continued that after the 2019 General Election, everyone will surely come to know that who is dishonest. “How the ‘chowkidar’ has tricked the people of the country and only indulged in ‘jumlebaazi’.”

He continued that “both these ‘yuvraaj’ had inherited power. The people of both the states know that both of these political families were responsible for the backwardness of UP and Bihar.”

The BJP Chief further said that these people have forgotten that it is 2019, not 1993 and people have already risen above casteist politics, adding that “BJP workers have reached virtually every household, and are working to integrate people from different sections of the society for nation-building.”

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