The Bihar Post

After losing power, Lalu’s children talking ‘nonsense’, alleges Bihar youth leader


PATNA: A prominent youth leader from Bihar Rohit Kumar Singh has charged former health minister Tej Pratap Yadav with making “nonsensical” statements against his political rivals.

Yadav is the eldest son former Bihar chief minister Lalu Prasad who on Tuesday was elected the national president of the RJD for the 10th consecutive time.

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“Yadav has virtually got mentally disturbed after losing power in the state and is talking rubbish,” alleged Singh who happens to be the national convener of Yuva Chetna, a social organization working among the youths.

Especially, he took Yadav to task for passing derogatory remarks against senior BJP leader and deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi and advised him to maintain restraint.

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“You (Yadav) must know that your party is not returning to power anymore. It will be better if you behave properly,” Singh suggested. He also disapproved the statements coming from other children of the RJD president.

He claimed that both chief minister Nitish Kumar and his deputy Modi have national appeal and are being taken seriously at the national level.

Singh currently has been on the non-stop tour of the country for the cause of youths. He says India has the potential to overtake China if the rulers properly utilize the vast youth force.

According to him, although the youth forms 60 percent of India’s total population yet their issues remain totally unaddressed till date.

Singh has been touring with four demands of the youth force which includes formation of National Commission for Youths, National Youth Development Council and grant of unemployment allowance to the educated unemployed youths.

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