Speaking to NDTV, senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi said that this kind of behaviour was unacceptable. The police have reached the spot and trying to control the situation.
BJP's national general secretary Bhupendra Yadav sounded a warning for Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and other opposition leaders. He said, "Nitish Kumar must think of the inpact this will have on his reputation. The opposition wants to come together on the platform of corruption?"
On May 8, the Supreme Court restored the charge of criminal conspiracy against the RJD leader in all four fodder scam cases against him in which he would now stand trial. Mr Kumar, who joined hands with rival Mr Yadav to keep the BJP out of power in Bihar two years ago, supported him and said if the BJP has proof, it should take legal action.
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