Patna: Lashing out at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah for his statement that 'Pakistan will celebrate if the mahagathbandhan wins in Bihar', Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav on Friday said that the 'narbhakshi' (Shah) has finally gone around the bend and in doing so, has yet against insulted Bihar.
"BJP's 'narbhakshi' (cannibal) Amit Shah finally went mad when he said in a speech yesterday that Pakistan will celebrate when the mahagathbandhan wins the Assembly elections. Once again he has managed to insult the people of Bihar but this time it has gone below the belt," Lalu told the media here.
He added that the RJD delegation led by party spokesperson Manoj Jha will go to the Election Commission today to protest against Shah's speech and will demand that strict action be taken against him.
Addresing a rally in Raxaul yesterday, Shah said that if the BJP loses in Bihar by mistake, then but crackers will be burst in Pakistan in celebrations.
The BJP had also placed front-page advertisements in local newspapers targeting Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's government for going 'soft on terrorists' and not taking strict action at the time of arrest of Indian Mujahideen leader Yasin Bhatkal.
Two separate FIRs had been filed earlier against Lalu for his use of the the word "Narbhakshi" (cannibal) against BJP Amit Shah.
Lalu's 'narbhakshi' barb against Shah came on October 1 in reaction to his 'chara chor' (fodder thief) remark about him in Patna while talking to mediapersons.
"A Narbhakshi and an exiled should not teach good conduct to Bihar. First he should tell people about his own misdeeds and stringent sections levelled against him." The RJD chief had tweeted on on September 30.