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Tejashwi questions Nitish’s ‘ethics’ over induction ‘tainted’ ministers in his Cabinet


PATNA: Bihar opposition leader Tejashwi Yadav today ridiculed induction of huge number of “tainted’ ministers in Nitish Kumar cabinet and asked him to explain about his political ethics in this case.

As per a report of the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), some 76 percent of ministers in the new NDA government headed by Kumar face criminal cases.

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”You talks about ethics, principles in politics. Where has gone this ethics in inducting such a large number of ministers with tainted image in your cabinet?” asked Tejashwi, addressing a Press conference in Patna on Wednesday.

Tejashsi, younger son of RJD chief Lalu Prasad, was the deputy chief minister in the previous Grand Alliance government.

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“I don’t know what kind of development works you hopes to undertake in the company of tainted minister,” he wondered.

Alleging the chief minister has nothing to with the development of the state, Tejashwi said had this been the case he would not have formed four governments in the past four years.

“He formed four governments in four years and only one person became the chief minister each time—Nitish Kumar. Who is responsible for that?” asked former deputy chief minister and charged Kumar with “spoiling the state’s growth”.

The Yadav scion also mocked the chief minister’s opposition against “Parivarvad” (dynasticism) over induction of Pashupati Kumar Paras in his cabinet.

Prasa, brother of LJP president Ram Vilas Paswan, is currently not a member of any House of the Bihar legislature.

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