"After some criminal incidents the Opposition starts saying it is 'jungle raj' (in Bihar). But when the accused is caught and punished they're not seen," Tejaswi told a news agency on the sidelines of 'Janata ke Darbar me Mukhya Mantri' programme.
    
"They talk a lot about crime situation in Bihar but why did they maintain silence when my brother-in-law was robbed at gun point at Gurgaon on last Wednesday ... Is it an example of 'Mangal raj' in BJP ruled Haryana?" he asked.
    
Citing the figures of the Union government Yadav said that Bihar was on the 22nd position in terms of crimes committed.
    
"A state on the 22nd position has 'jungle raj' while BJP-ruled Rajasthan, Haryana, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, figuring ahead of Bihar, have no jungle raj?" he asked.

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