Tejashwi Faces Corruption Charges, Must Not Become Leader of Oppn, Demands JD(U)
JD(U) president Nitish Kumar addresses the media as HAM(S) chief Jitan Ram Manjhi and different leaders look on, in Patna on Sunday. (PTI)
The JD(U)’s demand got here two days after occasion chief Mewa Lal Chaudhary resigned because the state’s training minister over a corruption taint.
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The ruling JD(U) in Bihar on Saturday demanded that RJD chief Tejashwi Yadav chorus from changing into the chief of the opposition since his identify was concerned in quite a lot of corruption and felony circumstances. The JD(U)’s demand got here two days after occasion chief Mewa Lal Chaudhary resigned because the state’s training minister over a corruption taint.
At a joint press convention right here, JD(U)’s state president Vashishtha Narayan Singh, working president Ashok Choudhary and spokesmen Sanjay Singh, Neeraj Kumar and Ajay Alok slammed Yadav for having focused Chief Minister Nitish Kumar over appointment of Mewa Lal Chaudhary because the training minister. Shortly after Mewa Lal Chaudhary resigned, Yadav had attacked the chief minister for inducting into his cupboard a “corrupt” individual.
Chaudhary has been named in an FIR lodged three years in the past in reference to irregularities in recruitments at an agriculture college in Bhagalpur district whereas he was its Vice Chancellor throughout 2010-15. The JD(U) leaders asserted that the resignation of Chaudhary, barely two days after he was allotted the portfolio, was according to the chief minister’s “zero tolerance for crime, corruption and communalism”.
They stated that not like the clear document of the chief minister who can also be the JD(U), Yadav carried the taint of quite a lot of circumstances “lodged underneath varied sections of the IPC and even SC/ST Act”. They identified that the state authorities has requested the superintendent of police of the district involved to go forward with the prosecution, which proved that Chaudhary, an MLA of the ruling occasion, was not being shielded. The governor’s nod is awaited within the matter.
The JD(U) leaders alleged that whereas submitting his nomination papers from Raghopur meeting seat, Yadav had not disclosed full particulars of circumstances by which he was named and urged the Election Fee to be aware of the “deliberate omission”