Pappu Yadav, the chief of the Jan Adhikar Party (Loktantrik), unleashed a fiery tirade against BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sushil Kumar Modi during a press conference held in Bihar. The confrontation erupted following a reporter’s question regarding allegations made by Sushil Kumar Modi, who claimed that leaders in Bihar, including Lalu Prasad Yadav and Rahul Gandhi, consumed non-vegetarian food during the holy month of Sawan, also known as Shravan.
Reporter’s Provocative Question:
A reporter inquired about Sushil Kumar Modi’s assertions, stating that the BJP leader accused Bihar’s leaders of engaging in anti-Hindu activities during the month of Sawan, including the consumption of meat and fish.
Pappu Yadav’s Fiery Response:
Pappu Yadav responded angrily to the reporter’s question, vehemently rejecting the accusations. He clarified that abstaining from non-vegetarian food during Sawan meant refraining from all activities deemed non-vegetarian during that period. He cited watching pornography and consuming alcohol during Sawan as examples of such activities. Yadav went further by challenging reporters to scrutinize the mobile phones of every leader in Bihar to determine who watches pornography.
Counteraccusations Against Sushil Modi:
Pappu Yadav also directed his ire towards Sushil Kumar Modi, suggesting that the BJP leader himself watched pornography on his mobile phone. He accused leaders like Modi of promoting hostility in the country under the guise of non-vegetarianism.
Sushil Modi’s Remarks and Context:
Sushil Kumar Modi’s statement came in response to a video featuring Rahul Gandhi and RJD leader Lalu Prasad Yadav preparing Champaran mutton. He alleged that the opposition’s INDIA bloc aimed to defame Hinduism and Sanatan Dharma, asserting that they consumed meat during the month of Sawan.
The confrontation between Pappu Yadav and Sushil Kumar Modi underscores the escalating political tensions in Bihar, with accusations and counteraccusations involving leaders from different parties.