Patna: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader and party supremo Lalu Prasad’s younger son Yadav Tejashwi Yadav on Thursday accused Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of snooping through CCTV camera. Also Read - 'Nitish Must Quit,' Says Prashant Kishor as he Tweets Video of Workers Locked up in Bihar
Yadav tweeted photos of CCTV installed right above the boundary wall between his and chief minister’s residences and questioned the need of a security camera when there was a permanent security check post. Also Read - 'Will Defeat Purpose of Lockdown': Nitish Kumar on UP Govt's Strategy of Arranging Buses For Migrant Workers
“Is this Nitish Ji’s paranoia for security or many other insecurities, frustrations & apprehensions with tht he has put only CCTV camera right on the boundary wall b/w his & mine residence to snoop over? Why CM needs a camera only thr with already a permanent security check post (sic),” tweeted Yadav. Also Read - Bihar Govt Announces Rs 100 Crore Package, Will Bear Expenses of Workers Stranded in Other States
“Bihar CM’s residence is surrounded by main roads from 3 sides & Leader of Opposition’s residence from the fourth side. But CM felt the need for CCTV only on the wall bordering his political adversary’s residence? Someone should tell him that these petty tricks will prove futile!” he added.
Alleging that the chief minister has an “obsession with luxury and grandeur”, Yadav claimed that Kumar owns three chief ministerial residences – two in Patna and one in Delhi – along with a suite in Bihar Bhawan.
“Nitish Kumar has occupied 3 Chief Ministerial Bungalows (2 in Patna, 1 in Delhi) moreover One exclusive plush suite in Bihar Bhawan! Why self proclaimed austere CM of a poor State has this obsession with luxury & grandeur? Has he got any morality to answer this? (sic)” Yadav said another tweet.
“With every passing second a heinous crime is committed in Patna region, leave alone the whole State! But autocratic insecure CM is more bothered about snooping into day to day activities of the Opponents & infringing their privacy rather than the security of the citizens!” he added.