Patna: In his fiercest attack yet on Narendra Modi, RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav, Friday, called the Prime Minister a 'Brham Pisaach' and vowed to push him out of Bihar.
Speaking to reporters, Lalu said that Prime Minister Modi has insulted him and all Yadvuvanshis by calling him a 'Shaitan'.
“I was insulted because I was born in a low caste...I am going to tell everybody (voters) that he (Modi) called me 'Shaitan',” the former Bihar CM added.
Calling PM Modi as 'Brahm Pisaach', Lalu elaborated on the medicine that will be effective to tackle 'Pisaach' Modi. “Smoke from burned yellow mustard and burned chillies will make him run away from Bihar,” Lalu said.
The current round of war-of-words began after Prime Minister Modi slammed the RJD supremo over his beef remark.
He used the RJD chief's clarification that it was 'Shaitan' (demon) that forced his tongue to speak out such a thing, to hit out against him.
"How did Shaitan find his ( Lalu's) address? Why did Shaitaan choose him among all people in the entire state, nation and the world? Should people of Bihar allow the person in whom Shaitan resides to rule the state?" asked Prime Minister Modi.
Lalu response: "I challenge Modi to show me my 'Shaitan' (devil) comment or else publicly apologise from the people of Bihar for insulting them by this barb on me."
The RJD has now taken the fight over 'Shaitan' to the Election Commission.