CC Antya 6.25

“āmāra pitā, jyeṭhā haya tomāra dui bhāi
bhāi-bhāiye tomarā kalaha kara sarvadāi
Word for word: 
āmāra pitā — my father; jyeṭhā — and his elder brother; haya — are; tomāra — your; dui bhāi — two brothers; bhāi-bhāiye — between brother and brother; tomarā — all of you; kalaha kara — fight; sarvadāi — always.
Translation: 
“My dear sir, my father and his elder brother are your brothers. All brothers always fight about something.