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Tejashwi Yadav Responds to BJP’s Criticism, Testing BJP Leaders’ IQ”

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Tejashwi Yadav Responds to BJP’s Criticism Over Navratri Fish Video: “Testing BJP Leaders’ IQ”

Former Bihar deputy chief minister and RJD leader, Tejashwi Yadav, has hit back at BJP’s criticisms over a video showing him eating fish on the first day of Navratri. Yadav defended the clip, stating that he uploaded it to “test the IQ of BJP leaders.”

The video, shared on X (formerly Twitter), depicted Yadav dining on fish alongside Vikassheel Insaan Party chief Mukesh Sahani aboard a helicopter. Uploaded on April 9, the video sparked backlash from BJP leaders for its timing during Navratri.

In response to BJP’s repeated attacks, Yadav clarified, “For the past few days, I have been consistently seen with Mukesh Sahani. I shared it to gauge the IQ of BJP leaders.”

Yadav further emphasized, “I mentioned the date as April 8 in the video. They lack awareness and avoid addressing critical issues such as unemployment, migration, and poverty. This is a test to reveal the true nature of BJP’s leaders.”

Mukesh Sahani, the chief of the VIP, also criticized BJP’s focus on their dietary choices. He highlighted that the video was recorded on April 8, prior to Navratri.

Addressing reporters, Sahani asserted, “If it’s edible, why refrain? The video clearly states April 8 as the date. However, the opposition lacks a substantive agenda. People have the right to choose what they eat.”

Meanwhile, Union Minister Giriraj Singh labeled Tejashwi Yadav as a “seasonal sanatani,” accusing him of indulging in appeasement politics during festive periods.

Singh criticized Lalu Yadav’s party, dubbing it a “private limited company.” He remarked, “Tejashwi Yadav is a ‘Seasonal Sanatani.’ Numerous Rohingyas and Bangladeshi infiltrators arrived during his father’s tenure. They engage in appeasement politics under the guise of Sanatan.”

Asserting the need for stricter measures, Singh added, “Lalu Yadav’s party operates like a private company, determining who gets voting rights. Many infiltrators and Rohingyas are on Bihar’s voter list. We need mechanisms to deny them voting privileges.”

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