Patna: RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav, during a press conference in Bihar’s General Election, said in a press conference that “Tejashwi Yadav will not resign. Nitish has not asked for resignation. Nitish is the leader of the alliance. We made the coalition, we made Nitish the chief minister. There is no murmur with them. Where will you give the razor to the cleaning, but will not resign? Our government had got a mandate for five years, so this government has been formed for five years. ”
Tejashwi Yadav, surrounded by allegations of corruption, said that no one has asked for resignation. But sources say that Lalu Yadav has told his MLAs in the meeting of the party that he is worried about the fact that Nitish Kumar can remove Tejashwi Yadav. Due to the court order in other charges of corruption, Lalu Yadav will stay in Ranchi for the next three days so that he can be involved in the hearing of the case, so he did not want to travel with his MLAs and stay in Patna till his return.
In the press conference, he targeted the opposition BJP in the state and said that the BJP’s saliva is dripping on Nitish. He is looking forward to coming back to power with a crack in the Maha coalition but we will not let this happen. He also said that talks with Nitish continues and there is no difference between the ruling coalition.
The statement of Lalu Prasad has come at a time when the issue of Tejashwi Yadav has become the most important thing in Bihar’s politics these days and the future of the present government is the future of the Tejashwi Yadav. In the state today, there are two important constituent groups of the Joint General Body JDU and RJD legislators. Both parties have been singing their voices till now. JDU sources are saying that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has indicated that the Tejashwi Yadav will have to resign. On the other hand, RJD has said that the resignation will not happen.
The state assembly session is going to start on July 28. According to sources, demand for the resignation of Tejashwi has been demanded before JDU. The leader of the Opposition Sushil Kumar Modi has said that if the Tejashwi does not resign, then the session of the assembly will not run.