Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Nitish Blinks in an eye-to-eye with Corruption

Patna: Amid speculation about the resignation, the deputy chief minister of Bihar Mr Tejashvi Prasad Yadav met Nitish Kumar after the cabinet meeting. Both these leaders engaged in a closed-door conversation for about 50 minutes. As the media was not allowed for briefing of the cabinet meeting, and no any leader gave comment on what happened there, there is no any concrete evidence of what happened in and after the cabinet meeting. However, it is believed that he kept his side on the FIR filed by the CBI in front of the Chief Minister.

In the cabinet meeting on 18th July both these leaders met. Speculation was rife that like previous occasions, Tejashvi may cite one or the other reason and absent himself to avoid face-to-face interaction with Nitish. But, as the cavalcade of Tejashvi was seen, all these speculations were set to rest.

What happened after the cabinet meeting
After the Cabinet meeting, at 7.00 in the evening, the stinging elder brother and Health Minister Tej Pratap Yadav and education minister Dr. Ashok Chaudhary entered the Chief Minister's room. After 15 minutes, the Education Minister returned.

After some time, Tejashvi went out of the room too. Various speculations are being made about this meeting. However, RJD termed it as a normal meeting between the Chief Minister and the Minister. RJD leader and labor resources minister Vijay Prakash said that Rashid spoke to the Chief Minister on departmental affairs, whereas Finance Minister Abdul Bari Siddiqui said that any minister from his government can meet the Chief Minister. Why is there any meaning of this meeting? This is a routine matter.

Tejashvi to leave for Delhi today, lawmakers will take advice

Deputy CM Tejashvi Yadav will go to Delhi on Wednesday. His two-day tour of Delhi is a program. It is said that he is going there with government work. But sources say that during this time they can also consult legal experts on fresh legal issues. It is important here to note that Himachal Pradesh CM, surrounded by similar allegations, got bail from the CBI's lower court.
                                                                                                 ---Murari Pandey

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