New Delhi, Nov. 27 : Bihar’s Deputy Chief Minister Tejaswi Yadav on Friday lashed out at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) over Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s ‘secularism’ the ‘most misused’ word in politics and said that the people of the state have given them a very firm reply in the recently held assembly polls . (Also Read: India is most tolerant country: Mehbooba Mufti)Also Read - Charanjit Channi Takes Oath as First Dalit CM of Punjab Amid Fresh Infighting, Gets 2 Deputies

Accusing the BJP of being afraid of words like ‘socialism’ and ‘secularism’, Tejaswi said the saffron party leaders are expert in twisting facts. Commenting on the GST Bill, the RJD leader said that his party was ready to support the legislation but with certain amendments. Also Read - Watch | BJP's Kirit Somaiya Detained at Karad Railway Station; Entry Banned in Kolhapur

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