IS flag in J&K: Nitish attacks Modi, asks where is 56-inch chest

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PATNA: Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday expressed concern over raising of flags of terror group ISIS and Pakistan in Jammu & Kashmir and referring to Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked “what happened to his 56-inch chest.” 

“The person who had boasted of having 56-inch chest is in power in Delhi when flags of ISIS and Pakistan are being hoisted in Jammu & Kashmir. What happened to his 56-inch chest? What happened to the person who used to utter such tall talks?” Kumar asked. 

Modi, as BJP’s prime ministerial candidate in January last year had said it required a 56-inch chest to make a Gujarat. 

Kumar said raising of ISIS and Pakistan flags in at least two places in Kashmir on Friday is a matter of concern. 

Kumar also charged the BJP with compromising the ideology of Shyama Prasad Mukherjee for forming a coalition government in Jammu & Kashmir with PDP. 

To a question on his protege turned detractor Jitan Ram Manjhi joining hands with BJP, Kumar refused to make any comment. 

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