RJD chief Lalu Prasad thinks Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent remarks against cow vigilantes is because the latter has understood that 'cow gives milk, not votes'.
Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad thinks Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent remarks against cow vigilantes is because the latter has understood that “cow gives milk, not votes.” On August 5, Lalu had tweeted: “Cow gives milk, not votes. But they (BJP) think cow gives votes. They have never reared a cow, how would they know?”. Next day, the PM had attacked cow vigilantes across the country and said they were goons who have set up their shops in the name of saving the bovine. Their purpose was not to save the cow, but something else, the PM had said.
Reacting to PM’s statements against cow vigilantes, Lalu claimed on Sunday that the PM has understood his statement. “This is the victory of truth over hypocrisy. Seems Modi Ji has understood my two-day old statement that cow gives milk, not votes,” Lalu tweeted on Sunday. In another tweet he said, “And why shouldn’t he understood. Instead of helping make a government, cow is shaking their (BJP) existing governments. This is our victory and their loss.” The RJD chief has been regularly attacking the BJP and the RSS over cow vigilantism. In a tweet on August 5, he had said, “What these self-declared nationalist protectors has done to the Cow, they will do the same with Ganga. Where is RSS?”