Tejaswi Yadav Blames Modi and Shah for the Allegations of Corruption Charges


In the case of alleged corruption against RJD supremo Lalu Yadav and his family, Tejaswi Yadav has said that this is the conspiracy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah.

On Wednesday, Bihar’s Chief Minister Nitish Kumar organised a Cabinet meeting in which Bihar’s deputy CM was also present where he interacted with the media for the first time after being named in the scandal, and said that, it is the BJP’s conspiracy to break the alliance. BJP is frightened from this grand alliance and that is why they are making such allegations.
RJD Supremo’s son, Tejaswi said, “Since the very first day, our policy has been, zero tolerance policy in case of corruption.” All the three departments that have remained with us can’t point out any finger on my work and we have worked for everyone. ‘ In his statement he also added that, “After becoming a minister, we have not done anything wrong and the time, the scam is being talked about, at that time I was only 13-14 years old, even my mustache had not come at that time. Tell me, what scam a 13-14 year old boy will do?”

While talking further with media, he said that these allegations are nothing but a small effort from BJP to defame Bihar and him. He also said,People of Bihar has chosen us and our coalition is unbreakable. The people of Bihar are standing with us and we will not sit down till we defeat the BJP from Bihar and the country. “Let us inform the readers that JDU meeting that was held on Tuesday was organised because Nitish Kumar and his party wanted Tejaswi Yadav to give clarification on these charges of corruption.

At the JDU meeting on Tuesday, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar made it clear that he has always adopted Zero Tolerance policy on corruption and has given a 4 day ultimatum to Tejaswi Yadav to make himself get out of this mess clean. JDU has aslo said that if within 4 days Lalu Prasad fails to take decision on Tejaswi Yadav’s resignation then JDU might announce something big.