News Desk, Amar Ujala, Patna
Published by: Kirtivardhan Mishra
Updated Thursday, November 11, 2021 02:18 PM IST
Recently, Lalu had used the word Bhakchonhar for the Bhakta Charan Das in charge of the Bihar Congress. However, he later defended himself by saying that the word in Bihar means burbak, meaning ‘stupid’.
Lalu Prasad Yadav’s daughter, Rohini, and Jitan Ram Manjhi’s daughter-in-law, Deepa (right).
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In Bihar politics, the leaders’ verbal attack on each other has been seen and heard a lot. The funny thing is that this chain of words has passed from the leaders to their next generation. The matter is from a dispute on social media between Rohini, daughter of Lalu Prasad Yadav and Deepa Manjhi, daughter-in-law of Jitan Ram Manjhi. While Rohini accused Bihar CM Nitish Kumar of tarnishing the state, Deepa called him ‘Labari’.
Lalu’s daughter had attacked Nitish Kumar.
Rohini Acharya, daughter of RJD Supreme Lalu Prasad Yadav, investigated Nitish Kumar in a tweet on November 8. He had said: “By putting a stain on the chest of the mass leader Lalu ji, who has obtained the seat of power, despite having been in power for years. By creating an army of touts, he is trying to tarnish the glorious history of Bihar. in his own praise.
What did Deepa Manjhi say?
Jitan Ram Manjhi’s daughter-in-law Deepa Manjhi was enraged by this Rohini Acharya post. He tweeted in typical style: “Hello Hummer Queen of Singapore. No one has stained Uncle Lalu’s arm. By the grace of Uncle Shivanand Tiwari, he has been punished by the court for stealing ocher cow fodder. Now public leader Tohra convicted seems If so, there will be a big Ekra agency ‘Labari’. ” The word Labri in Bihari means someone who talks more or tells lies.
Lalu used ‘Bhakchonhar’
In Bihar politics, such words and arrows have been running continuously among the leaders. Recently, Lalu had used the word Bhakchonhar for the Bhakta Charan Das in charge of the Bihar Congress. Regarding this, Lalu’s opponents tried to surround him and said that he had spoken abusive words to the devotee Charan Das. Lalu, however, defended himself saying that the word in Bihar means ‘burbak’ or ‘fool’.