After Pakistan flags were unfurled in Indian Kashmir yet again, the Chief Minister of Bihar state has questioned: "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 and Kashmir. What happened to his 56 inch chest ? What happened to the person who used to utter such tall talks?" Modi, as BJP's prime ministerial candidate in January last year had said it required a 56-inch chest to make a Gujarat.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday expressed concern over raising of flags of terror group ISIS and Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir and referring to Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked "what happened to his 56 inch chest." Flags of dreaded terror group ISIS along with those of Pakistan were hoisted on Friday in at least two places in Kashmir. A group of youth, with faces covered and carrying a black banner resembling Islamic State flag, marched from Jamia Masjid towards Nowhatta chowk soon after the Friday prayers, official sources said. They said Pakistani flags were also waved by some youth in the area before police swung into action and chased away the protestors. No arrests have been made so far.
In addition to raising concerns over the reported raising of the flags in at least two places in Kashmir, Kumar also charged the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of compromising on the ideology of Shyama Prasad Mukherjee by forming a coalition government in the valley with the Peoples’ Democratic Party.