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Clouds of doubt over Tejashwi’s promotion, Tej Pratap left the meeting

A two-day meeting of the National Executive of the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) is being held in New Delhi, the capital of the country. RJD’s Bihar state president Jagdanand Singh did not attend this meeting. However, his son MLA Sudhakar Singh has arrived. Sudhakar Singh had recently resigned from the Nitish cabinet. Sudhakar Singh, who holds the post of Agriculture Minister of Bihar, gave a statement last month. Due to the controversy over which he had to lose the post of minister.

In the meeting of the National Executive itself, the possibility of announcing the appointment of Bihar Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav as the working president of the party was being expressed. The proposal to make Tejashwi Yadav the working president was given by the Bihar state president Jagdanand Singh. But due to his not reaching the national meeting, clouds of doubt are hovering over this promotion of Tejashwi Yadav.

On Jagdanand Singh not attending the meeting, RJD spokesperson Manoj Jha said that there is no reason for his absence. At the same time, he denied the news of resignation.

At the same time, on the first day of the meeting on Sunday, accusing RJD’s national general secretary Shyam Rajak of abusing, a minister in the Nitish cabinet and Lalu Yadav’s elder son Tej Pratap left the meeting angry. At the same time, he has accused Shyam Rajak of being an ‘agent of RSS’.

Apart from this, the stamp of the executive was put on electing Lalu Yadav unopposed as the national president of RJD. Lalu Yadav has been elected the national president of RJD for the 12th time. The President’s coronation will take place on Monday. A proposal to conduct caste census in Bihar has also been passed. Along with this, a political resolution was passed against the policies of the central government.

National spokesperson Manoj Jha informed the media by holding a press conference that three important resolutions were passed in today’s meeting. He said that the foreign policy of the Modi government is lax. The situation in the country is serious. There is unemployment in the country. Modi government has no blueprint. We only talk about Hindu-Muslim.

At the same time, he said that leaving behind differences and ego, one has to move forward. The winds of change have started from Bihar. Sitting together would be a better option. Issues will be discussed in the opposition, not on individuals. Modi’s alternative is collectivism. Those who are promoting the caste system, do not understand the point of eradicating it from their mouths.

On CBI’s chargesheet against Lalu Yadav, he said, “It is not the CBI’s chargesheet, it is BJP’s.” The character of institutions has been eroded.

Also announced that the caste census in Bihar will start in a month or two.

Which statement snatched Jagdanand Singh’s son’s chair?
Last month, Sudhakar Singh had said in a meeting in Kaimur that there are many thieves in the agriculture department, he is the chieftain of thieves and there are many thieves on him too. After the controversy over this statement and interrupted by CM Nitish Kumar, Singh had said that he stood by his statement, if he wanted to resign.