Nitish Kumar Sides With Rahul Gandhi On 'Snooping'; Slams BJP Govt

17/03/2015 8:25 AM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST
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PATNA, INDIA MARCH 11: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar greets his MLAs before the confidence motion in State Assembly on March 11, 2015 in Patna, India. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar won the confidence vote with the help of RJD, Congress, CPI and one Independent MLAs in the Assembly. Kumar was sworn-in as Chief Minister of Bihar for the fourth time on February 22 last. (Photo by AP Dube/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

PATNA — Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today stood in support of Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and questioned by "snooping" on him what kind of tradition the BJP government was establishing.

"What do they want to know by snooping on Congress leader?" Kumar told reporters before leaving Legislative Council premises in the evening.

Launching a scathing attack on the BJP government, Kumar said by doing so it was trying to establish a bad tradition.

Kumar, who is senior leader of JD(U), assailed the NDA government for the incident and justified Congress protest over the episode. "Its natural reaction of the Congress party," he added.

The Bihar CM was venting his anger on visit of Delhi police personnel to Rahul Gandhi's house recently to collect information on him as part of a transparent security profiling. The issue rocked Parliament today.

JD(U) has been in close proximity with the Congress nowdays. Congress along with RJD is supporting Kumar's government in Bihar.

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