By NewsGram Staff Writer
Addressing a public meeting in Muzaffarpur on July 25, Modi said: “There seems to be some problem in his (Nitish Kumar) DNA because the DNA of democracy is not like that. In democracy, you give respect even to your political rivals.”
In a response to this, Nitish Kumar denounced that he would send DNA samples of his people to Modi. The latest news has it, that Bihar’s ruling JD-U has collected 1.5 million hair and nail samples of its party leaders, workers and supporters to send them to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“Till date, the party has collected 1.5 million samples from JD-U leaders and workers for a DNA test and we have set a target to collect fifty lakh samples during the Swabhiman rally of the JD-U along with RJD and Congress on August 30 here,” JD-U spokesperson Ajay Alok said.
Earlier, the JD-U launched a “shabdwapsi” campaign to put pressure on Prime Minister Modi to take back his remark and began a drive to collect signatures.