JD(U) MLC and its state spokesman Neeraj Kumar's comment came as a reaction to Giriaj Singh's statement yesterday wherein he had accused the Congress of Muslim appeasement and alleged "Rahul Gandhi attends a beef party while in Kerala but wears a sacred thread when he goes to Gujarat".
"All elected representatives, during their swearing in, take the pledge to preserve the country's unity and integrity. Democracy depends on lok laaj (public decency).
"In this country, as per the Constitution, every citizen has the freedom to choose his lifestyle, his food. Such utterances, however, are not going to affect us in any manner.
We have never supported such views. We have always ensured that rule of law prevails in Bihar", Kumar said.
Notably, Singh's recently meeting some jailed Bajrang Dal activists accused of communal clashes in his Nawada Lok
Sabha constituency and his utterances after visiting house of one of the jailed activist alleging he saw the arrests as an
"We can not say what the Centre should do about such remarks made by a central minister. But our stand is clear. We have entered into a political alliance to facilitate good governance. We are not going to compromise on the issue of communal harmony", Neeraj.Kumar said.
Meanwhile, the JD(U) MLC also launched a blistering attack on RJD leader and former Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav, who has come up with some acerbic tweets over some incidents of crimes against women in Bihar.
Calling the 28-year-old RJD heir apparent "twitter baua" (brat), Kumar said "the sharp drop in crimes of all types, especially those against women, is proof that your party, which is known for lumpenization of politics, was interfering in governance and giving the administration a bad name".
The JD(U) had walked out of the Grand Alliance comprising RJD and Congress last year after corruption cases surfaced against Tejashwi Yadav.
"You will find electricity everywhere, no lanterns (a pun at RJD's symbol). You will realize what crimes your father (RJD supremo Lalu Prasad) had committed against the state during the 15 years of his rule".
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