Lok Sabha elections 2019: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav said that the Lok Sabha elections 2019 will be a contest between ideologies of "Mandal, Ambedkar and Gandhi" on one side and of "Godse and Golwalkar" on the other.
"I believe the fight in 2019 will be Mandal, Ambedkar and Gandhi versus Godse and Golwalkar. Let us see who has the strength. I think it's time to ideologically finish the followers of Kamandal," news agency PTI quoted the Leader of Opposition in Bihar Assembly as saying.
At an event on 'role of youth in contemporary politics' in the country while attacking the government at the centre Yadav also alleged that the people sitting in the government are encouraging conflict between religions in the country.
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He also said that the economy and the constitution of the country are under "threat".
On the issue of patriotism, he also attacked Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS). Will the RSS distribute certificate of patriotism, he asked.
Taking a jibe at the PM Narendra Modi, Yadav asked if everyone will start selling "pakoras" who will buy them.
"Narendra Modi sold dreams to the youth for becoming the prime minister. The reality of his promises are there for everyone to see," he further said reported the news agency.