RCP Singh's resignation and PM Modi's tweet, know what's special?

Patna: Retired IAS officer and former Steel Minister and former Rajya Sabha MP RCP Singh, who was once considered to be the master of Bihar politics, has bid farewell to his cabinet on July 6, his birthday. As per rules, his term ends on July 7. He earlier resigned from the cabinet of the central government. Born on July 6, 1958, RCP Singh's birthday was also today. On RCP Singh's birthday, Prime Minister Modi wrote a post on Twitter wishing him a healthy life.

In the same reply, RCP Singh said at 2 pm. Expressing his gratitude to Prime Minister Modi at 7 pm, he wrote, "Thank you to the revered Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi Ji. The service of the nation will continue continuously while following the Rashtradharma with your good wishes. The political implications of this tweet are being explored.'' Political experts say that the political journey of the RCP will get a new stop in the form of the BJP.

The same is the buzz in the political corridors of Bihar that after being denied the ticket for the Rajya Sabha elections, the political cold war between Nitish and the RCP has been drawn. His relationship with the leaders of the JDU has soured. The RCP is on a completely different path, so he had said that he is no one's Hanuman. Rather, he is Ramchandra himself. He even refrained from taking Nitish Kumar's name. However, RCP supporters speak in a hushed tongue that this rift started with the RCP becoming a Union Minister. Lallan Singh, who was not a minister at that time, started to put political whey in the political roots of the RCP.

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