Patna: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader and former Bihar Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav have been making headlines for his statement in Raghopur in the recent past. In his statement, Tejashwi had said that the state government is going to fall in three to four months. The JDU leaders have been consistently reacting to the RJD leader's statement.
After JDU National President RCP Singh, the party's National Parliamentary Board Chairman Upendra Kushwaha has reacted sharply. He said that no power in the world can move away from the demolition of Nitish Kumar's government for five years. According to media reports, Kushwaha said that what is the way Tejashwi Yadav works, what he is dreaming of becoming the CM of Bihar is not going to be fulfilled in the future. Kushwaha said the people of Bihar have given a mandate to Nitish Kumar and under his leadership, the government is working better. This Government will complete its five years in office very well.
He said Tejashwi Yadav himself lives outside Bihar in times of crisis. When they return, they make a statement that can make their presence felt. It is under this that he has made a statement that the Government is falling. The people of the Raghopur area were also very angry with his absence. So when he went between them, he said something.