Former Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi targets Tejashwi Yadav | Bihar: After the resignation of Mevaram, now Sushil Modi said – Resign stunning in IRCTC scam

Digital Desk, Patna. Bihar Education Minister Mevalal Chaudhary resigned following allegations of corruption. RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav called it a gimmick. After this sharp attack by RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, now former Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi has targeted him. Sushil Kumar Modi tweeted, “Tejashwi Yadav should also resign because he is not only chargesheeted but on bail in the IRCTC scam related to corruption. Trial stalled due to corona. Trial can begin on any day.

Let me tell you that at around 12:30 pm on Thursday, Mevalal took over the charge of the Education Department and resigned till 2 pm after the uproar. After Mevalal’s resignation, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) Legislature Party leader Tejashwi Yadav called the education minister’s resignation as a gimmick to the real guilty chief minister. Tejashwi said, Chief Minister, through the mandate, Bihar has given us an order to warn you against your corrupt policy, intention and rule. Just a resignation will not matter. Right now, 19 lakhs will be found on many issues of public concern like jobs, contracts and equal work-equal pay.

He said, I said you are not tired, so your power of thinking and understanding has diminished. Intentionally made the corrupt a minister. In spite of tho-thu. Hours later, the drama of resignation was also composed. Describing the Chief Minister as the real culprit, he further said, the real culprit is you. Why did you make a minister? Your duplicity and gimmick will no longer be allowed to run?

Significantly, Mevalal Chaudhary is accused of betting heavily on the job in 2017 as the Vice Chancellor of Sabaur Agricultural University in Bhagalpur. He is alleged to have wrongly reinstated 161 Assistant Professors while Vice Chancellor. An FIR is also lodged against him in this matter. Mevalal Chaudhary, who became a minister from JDU quota, was included in the cabinet for the first time. A second time MLA has been elected from Bihar’s Tarapur assembly constituency on a JDU ticket. Mevalal Chaudhary became MLA for the first time in 2015 whereas he has been a teacher before.


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