Bihar Minister’s Resignation A Stern Message By Tejashwi Yadav To Top Brass
Is Tejashwi Yadav, the deputy chief minister of Bihar, now the party’s senior leader? Sudhakar Singh, a party comrade and state minister, just resigned, which is indicative of Mr. Yadav’s frustration with individuals challenging his and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s authority.
Sudhakar Singh, the agriculture minister for the state of Bihar, resigned from his position without even making an official announcement yesterday. Singh has frequently accused his department of corruption in public, embarrassing the state government. Tejashwi Yadav, who had previously advised him against putting his own government on trial, eventually grew impatient with Mr. Singh’s defiance and decided to remove him from the cabinet.
The RJD patriarch Lalu Prasad Yadav was informed of his choice, and after giving his approval, he delegated Sudhakar Singh’s father and state party president Jagada Nand Singh the responsibility of informing his son.
Currently, Tourism Minister Kumar Sarvjeet is in charge of the Agriculture Ministry. Tejashwi Yadav will also be in charge of the Ministry of Tourism. According to Jagada Nand Singh, his son quit because of “injustice” toward the state’s farmers.
“India is comparable to farmers in this regard. Everyone should comprehend this, as did Gandhi and Shastri. Fortunately, Sudhakar Singh, the agriculture minister, recognised this and made a sacrifice for them “said he. Mr. Singh further asserted that the state’s farmers were decimated by the Mandi law’s (Agriculture Produce Marketing Committee Act) repeal.
“The farmers are being treated unfairly, and someone needs to speak up for them. The Minister of Agriculture raised this, “he added.
Tejashwi Yadav is aware that the BJP apparatus is working overtime to convince Nitish Kumar’s core Economically Backward Classes (EBC) voters that Tejashwi Yadav is eager to be crowned and that he has the ability to stab Mr. Kumar in the back at any time.
The BJP is also aware that, despite the assertions of Union Home Minister Amit Shah, the Mahagathbandhan’s electoral math and the rekindled chemistry between Nitish Kumar and Tejashwi Yadav make the alliance almost unbeatable in the state.
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