New Delhi: Under the Opposition's attack over the killing of a youth a by JDU MLC's son in Gaya, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejasvi Yadav on Wednesday said that if one road rage incident in the state is called 'jungle raaj' then what about Delhi, which records the maximum number of such incidents.
While answering a question about the incident, The young Bihar Deputy CM said, "If a road rage incident in Bihar is called 'jungle raaj', then the maximum number of road rage incidents occur in Delhi, isn't that jungle raaj?"
He also attacked the main opposition party in the state - BJP by questioning the law and order situation in the Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab.
"Vyapam scam in MP, attack on Pathankot airbase, rape during Jat quota stir; isn't all of these examples of 'jungle raaj'," asked Tejasvi Yadav.
Earlier on Monday, the Bihar Deputy CM had expressed grief over the recent death of a youth in Gaya in a road rage case but alleged BJP and "BJP supported media" were targetting the state government through use of word like "jungle raj."
"The BJP and media supported by the party are advertising the Gaya incident in a way as if it is a rare and first incident of road rage," Tejaswi Yadav, the son of RJD president Lalu Prasad said in a statement as part of "Dil ki Baat" programme run by him.
"If a relative of any accused is member of a party (it) does not mean that the lawbreaker enjoys the protection of the power that be," he said.
The Deputy CM in the Nitish Kumar government and younger son of Lalu Prasad alleged that the saffron party has maximum numbers of people with criminal background who enjoy its patronage.