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Lalu’s son says Nitish trying to poison his food, after his brother accused Nitish of sending ghosts

Tejashwi Yadav, the son of RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav and currently his heir apparent, has claimed that the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar was planning on poisoning his food. As per Tejashwi, this nefarious agenda was being hatched in order to derail his Samvidhan Bachao Nyay Yatra. He also alleged that his phone was tapped.

Tejashwi Yadav, before Nitish Kumar decided to sever ties with the RJD in Bihar, used to be the Deputy Chief Minister of the state. In this Yatra of his, Tejashwi has been seen complaining about the betrayal of mandate by Nitish Kumar and has also accused the Bihar Chief Minister and the Modi government of framing his father Lalu Prasad Yadav, who is in jail for his role in the fodder scam.

Via his twitter account, Tejashwi also informed the world that Nitish was scared of his state wide rally, and that he had come to know via his “trusted sources” that the Nitish government was hatching a grave conspiracy against him. He claimed that besides phone tapping and lacing his food and drink with poisonous substances, the Nitish government was also having detectives trail him.

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Tejashwi termed this whole affair as an effort to tarnish his reputation and endanger his life.

Such allegations closely follow a sensational conspiracy theory peddled by his brother Tej Pratap Yadav, where Tej claimed that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi had let ghosts loose in his official house. Due to this paranormal conspiracy against him, Tej Pratap was “forced to” vacate his official 5 Deshratna Marg house, which was allocated to him during his brief tenure as the state’s health minister.

Tej’s housing troubles are not limited to ghosts though. Besides the ghosts, Tej Pratap might get in trouble with the law enforcement authorities after it has been found that he illegally constructed a temple inside his ghost riddled bungalow.

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