Prominent Bihar politician Lalu Yadav will be out of jail on November 9. The day Lalu Yadav comes in, will be the day Nitish will say farewell. As According to Tejaswi Yadav.
Rastriya Janta Dal leader Tejaswi Yadav has promised victory to his party in the upcoming elections. The opposition leader feels he will be bringing victory this year.
Lalu Yadav is in judicial custody in Jharkhand regarding a corruption scandal.
While he did get bail by the Jharkhand High Court, he could not come out as the investigation of an another related case was in process. His bail plea in another case was also being heard.
Lalu Yadav’s son Tejaswi Yadav is holding rallies for for the upcoming elections with congress leader Rahul Gandhi.
He said,”Lalu ji is getting released on November 9. He has got one bail and will secure another on November 9, which also happens to be my birthday. The next day, Nitishji will have his farewell.”
The state of Bihar is going to be voting for assembly elections on October 28, November 3 and November 7. The results will be announced a few days later on 10th of November.
While on his rally, Yadav pointed out on all faults of the Nitish Kumar government and all the places where he failed. He pointed out Kumar’s failure to secure jobs and remove corruption. According to Yadav, the current government also failed to stop migration of workers to other states in search of work.
“Nitishji, you are tired. You won’t be able to take care of Bihar,” the 30-year-old leader charged at Mr Kumar, who is 69.
Slamming the chief minister, Tejaswi Yadav also promised around 10 lakh government jobs in his first cabinet meeting. All this if he comes to power with Congress and left parties.
“Those who did not give you jobs, education, health facilities and industries in 15 years will not do so in the next five years either,” he said.
Tejaswi Yadav On Prime Minister Modi
Tejaswi addressed the crowd in Bhojpuri in a mirror image of his father’s famous style. The young leader also attacked Prime Minister Modi who also held rallies earlier this week.
“The PM has come to Bihar. I was expecting him to tell when Bihar will get the special state status and a special package,” he said.