"Jameen par aay gaye (now he has come on ground)," Yadav said while referring to Modi's allegation that the Election Commission had failed to check "rigging and violence" in West Bengal, Bihar and western Uttar Pradesh.
"When people get the sense of defeat they start talking about irregularities in the game," he told reporters.
Lauding Election Commission for conducting free and fair polls for which it has drawn appreciation from across the world, he said those challenging Election Commission were in fact "innocent" and "out to destroy its credibility".
On RJD President Lalu Prasad entering into verbal duel with officials over checking of vehicle of Rabri Devi, he said it was another example of showing disrespect to the Election Commission.
"Even my vehicle were checked and two cases of poll code violation filed against me, but I never pointed fingers on Election Commission," he said.


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