Tejashwi Yadav, former deputy chief minister of Bihar and chief of the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), stated right here on Thursday that false propaganda is made concerning the RJD saying that it’s anti-upper caste. He stated, 'This propaganda is totally fallacious and deceptive. We have full respect for progressive society and battle for his or her rights.
Bihar's foremost opposition get together RJD introduced the state govt officers right here on Thursday. Alok Mehta, who comes from the Kushwaha caste, has been made the Principal General Secretary. During this, the activists created numerous uproar when they didn’t get a spot within the new committee. People alleged that the employees who’ve been working for the get together for a very long time are being ignored. <! –
After this, whereas addressing the workplace bearers of the committee, Tejashwi stated that to win the election, increasingly more folks must be linked with the RJD ideology. Yadav congratulated the RJD's newly appointed state vice-president, normal secretary, secretary and finest needs. He stated that the social equation has been taken care of within the committees. Representation has been given to all sections of the society. Backward, extraordinarily backward, Dalit, Adivasi, minority society in addition to progressive society have additionally been given a stake within the group.
He stated, "As part of a well thought out conspiracy, the RJD was promoted by promoting the party with the MY equation and trying to limit the party's scope." This was a conspiracy of our protests. RJD has a robust assist base. This get together is a celebration for everybody, together with the poor, the unprivileged, the laborers and the farmers. We work for all with out discrimination, my first goal is to make everybody social justice and playful in energy.
He stated that false propaganda is made about RJD that it’s against higher caste. This propaganda is totally fallacious and deceptive. We have full respect for progressive society and battle for his or her rights. The get together's goal is to equip all sections, castes, sections of society with authority. The assembly was chaired by state president Jagdanand Singh. RJD nationwide vice-president Raghuvansh Prasad Singh stated that the BJP has left Delhi, now it’s but to drive them out of Bihar. The authorities of Bihar has failed on each entrance.