Bihar Assembly Election: RJD’s Big Decision Before Election

Bihar Assembly Election: RJD’s big decision before election, expels three MLAs including Faraj Fatmi. In Bihar, RJD has shown its three MLAs out of the way before Bihar Assembly Election. They include Faraj Fatmi, son of former minister MA Fatmi. Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) has shown the exit route to three MLAs of its party. MLA’s Prema Chaudhary, Maheshwar Yadav, and Garaz Farmi have been expelled from the party.

All these have been ruled out by the party for six years. This is a big decision for the party before the upcoming Bihar Assembly Election. RJD state president Jagdanand Singh and Alok Mehta informed the three MLAs to be expelled from the party later in the afternoon. Jagdanand Singh questioned the work being done by the Government of Bihar in the era of CoronaVirus Epidemic and Flood.

Removal on the instruction of Lalu Prasad Yadav

Jagadanand Singh said that the three MLAs have been expelled on the instructions of party supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav. They were working against the party line. Former Union Minister MA Fatmi, father of Faraz Fatmi, had taken membership of Janata Dal United during the Lok Sabha elections. Among the expelled MLAs, Maheshwar Prasad Yadav is an MLA from Gaighat and Prema Chaudhary from Patepur.

Questions raised on works during corona and floods

During a media interaction, the RJD questioned the work being done by the state government during the Corona transition. RJD leaders attacked Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and advised him to go public among the disasters of Corona and floods and understand his pain.

Crime increased during Nitish Kumar’s rule

The RJD accused the crime of being at the peak during Nitish Kumar’s rule. He told that during RJD’s time Bihar was 26th in the country in terms of crime, whereas today it is 23rd.

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