As the time for the assembly elections in Bihar gets closer, there is growing anxiety among political parties to keep themselves united. The latest case is about the break-up in the RJD and the resignation of Raghuvansh Prasad Singh from the post of national vice-president. On this development, the state health minister and BJP leader Mangal Pandey said that this is a trailer, the film is yet to be done. Soon, the members of the assembly will also hold the NDA in the wholesale price.
He said that not only the RJD, but also the leaders of the Grand Alliance are in a position due to this defections incident on Tuesday. Such leaders are in constant touch with the NDA under their shelter. Till yesterday, the allies of the Grand Alliance were eyeing the RJD, but now the bugle of rebellion has been done in the RJD's house itself. If the same situation prevails, the RJD will cease to exist before the upcoming elections. Right now only the chair of former Chief Minister Rabri Devi is in danger. After the election, his son Tejashwi Yadav will also not have the chair of the Leader of Opposition.
Health Minister Pandey said that the results of the honorable members of the RJD have been showing the results of 15 years of NDA rule. Opposition members of the frost have reposed faith in Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and accused RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav of giving preference to money power and muscle power.
Fearing the breakdown of the Legislative Councilors, the RJD is so stunned that a meeting of the Legislature has been called on Tuesday. The RJD state president says that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar broke our five legislative councilors on the strength of wealth, but why does he not say that senior leaders like him and most of his party are not happy with Tejashwi's style of functioning. Two days ago, dedicated leaders of the RJD have made a ruckus at the residence of former Chief Minister Rabri Devi, who neglected them, and indicated what will be the fate of the RJD after the upcoming election.
He said that there is a lot of morality left in the Leader of Opposition, Tejashwi Yadav, who always cites the Constitution and good governance, so that he should first resign from his mother's post as Leader of Opposition from the opposition. Because there is no room for his chair in the Upper House of the Legislature.
The Chairman of the Opposition has also indicated that there is a lack of RJD strength in the House, hence the Leader cannot be considered as the Opposition. For this, 10 percent member is mandatory. On the resignation of Raghuvansh Prasad Singh said that many preferred leaders in RJD are feeling suffocated. Such leaders are not getting the respect they should get inside the party. Such leaders are not only hurt by the leadership of Tejashwi Yadav, but are knocking at the other door and exploring their possibility.