Bihar’s energy ministry Bijendra Yadav makes veiled assault on Tejashwi Yadav | Patna News


Tejashwi Prasad Yadav

PATNA: Making a veiled attack on the leader of resistance and RJD’s chief ministerial aspirant Tejashwi Prasad Yadav, senior JD(U) leader and nation’s energy ministry Bijendra Prasad Yadav on Sunday reported that the son of a pioneer that once destroyed the nation wanted to become’Rahnuma of Bihar‘ (leader of this nation ).
Addressing his party’s virtual sammelan for Baisi, Kasba, Banmankhi assembly constituencies of Purnia district in the state capital , Bijendra Yadav further explained,”That son may not be matric pass however he wishes to rule the nation. People of Bihar must be watchful from these leaders as well as their loved ones.” Bijendra Yadav, however, did not take the title of any boss.
Lauding the direction of CM Nitish Kumar, Yadav said the functions done in the street and power industry in the past 15 years have been an instance in itself. He said a massive number of bridges and roads were built throughout the country under the capable direction of Nitish Kumar.
Talking on the occasion, the JD(U) national general secretary and nation’s water resources ministry Sanjay Kumar Jha said some leaders in opposition parties have established a well-knit effort to malign the image of Bihar authorities in the title of gain in the example of covid-19. He explained some political leaders also have made it a custom to malign the image of Bihar on the other pretext.
“However, the simple fact is that approximately 40 lakh migrant people from different nations returned Bihar through the lockdown. The state authorities took several actions to maintain them at quarantine centers and run their appropriate testing prior to sending them home. The actions taken by the Bihar authorities were followed by various other nations,” Jha said.
JD(U) another senior leader and party’s national general secretary (company ) RCP Singh addressed comparable’virtual sammelan’ for Raxaul, Kesaria, Bathnaha and Bajpatti meeting constituencies.


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