Bihar: Tejashwi Yadav Accuses Bihar Chief Minister Of Spying




Bihar Opposition Leader Tejashwi Yadav (Photo: Twitter)

Bihar opposition leader from RJD Tejashwi Yadav accused Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of spying. He hit out at Kumar through a series of furious tweets. Yadav claims the Chief Minister has trained the one of the CCTV cameras in his bungalow across the wall and towards the home of his former deputy. He even attached a photo and a video of the offending camera.

The 5 Circular Road bungalow was allotted to Tejashwi Yadav when he was the Deputy Chief Minister.

When Nitish Kumar parted with the Grand Alliance and Yadav ended up as the leader of the opposition, he was asked to vacate it. But in view of its favourable position – the Chief Minister’s house on one side and his parents’ home across the road, the young leader petitioned the Chief Minister to retain it.

Tejashwi has been criticising Kumar on so many issues including Muzaffar Shelter Home Case, Communal Riots and Poor Law and Order Situations in Bihar. JD U and BJP have also been reciprocating with a variety of accusations including raids on him and his family by ED and IT department and his father’s involvement in fodder scam. They have been attacking on personal lives of Lalu’s Family as well.

“Is this Nitish Ji’s paranoia for security or many other insecurities, frustrations & apprehensions with tht he has put only CCTV camera right on the boundary wall b/w his & mine residence to snoop over? Why CM needs a camera only thr with already a permanent security check post?” Tejashwi tweeted alongwith a video attached.

“Bihar CM’s residence is surrounded by main roads from 3 sides & Leader of Opposition’s residence from the fourth side. But CM felt the need for CCTV only on the wall bordering his political adversary’s residence? Someone should tell him that these petty tricks will prove futile!” His tweet further said.

“Bihar govt must tighten the security whenever required for the CM who already has Z+ category and even resides in high security zone but is it preferable to install high resolution HD CCTV cameras facing, snooping & interfering the privacy of neighbour?” He tweeted third time accusing Nitish Kumar of snooping.