The CBI issued a fresh date for Tejashwi Yadabv, the Deputy CM of Bihar, to appear for interrogation in job land scam case. This is the third notice issued to Yadav, after he agreed to attend the CBI questioning before March 25. Furthermore, the CBI assured Yadav, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) not to arrest him in March. Meanwhile, Tejashwi moved the Delhi HC against the CBI notice.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has summoned Bihar Deputy Chief Minister and RJD party leader Tejashwi Yadav in connection with the land for jobs scam. Notably, on March 10, the ED and CBI visited Patna and questioned Bihar CM, in connection with the Job Land scam, under the tenure of the Rashtriya Janata Dal. Now, the CBI has stated that it has ample evidence against the RJD leader and hence summoned him for investigation.
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Telangana CM K Chandrashekar Rao met with his Bihar counterpart Nitish Kumar and the alliance party president Tejaswi Yadav. On August 31, CM KCR visited Bihar and discussed national politics, against the BJP. In addition, the Telangana CM also met with the families of martyred soldiers who lost lives in the 2020 Galwan Valley fight with the Chinese troop and workers who died in a fire accident in Telangana.
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Nitish Kumar-led Bihar Government wins majority in the floor test, held during the Legislative Assembly on August 24. The Janata Dal-United and Rashtra Janata Dal alliance formed the government after Nitish Kumar led the JDU to exit from the National Democratic Alliance and BJP alliance. Notably, Nitish Kumar won 164 MLAs votes in the 243-member Bihar assembly. "This is a never-ending inning, it will be historic," said Tejashwi Yadav".
As LJP leader Chirag Paswan met with RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav in Bihar's Patna on September 8, the speculation has become rife about their alliance in politics against JDU and BJP. However, Paswan didn't endorse any such talk and said he met Yadav to invite him on the death anniversary of LJP leader Ram Vilas Paswan. Meanwhile, Paswan said he couldn't meet CM Nitish Kumar because he didn't respond.
Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav on May 19 stated that he has converted his government residence at 1 Polo Road in Patna into a COVID care centre. Handing over the centre, the 32-year-old leader urged the Bihar government to run the facility being equipped with the basic necessities like beds and oxygen cylinders. However, the ruling parties… read-more
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RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, along with party workers, clashed with the security officials following the introduction of a controversial police bill on March 23. The agitation started after the Opposition raised slogans against the Bihar Special Armed Police Bill, 2021. Giving more powers to cops, the contentious bill provisions to arrest people without warrants. Earlier, Tejashwi threatened to block assembly proceedings by leading a gherao,… read-more
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The Bihar administration, via a January 21 circular, warned the social media users that any online post against the government will fall under cybercrime. The order provisions for arrests of offenders under the IT Act and the IPC for criticising CM, MPs, MLAs and officials. While the JDU leader Tejashwi Yadav blamed the government for "ripping apart democratic values in the birthplace of the Republic", the party spokesperson found "nothing… read-more
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In a novel initiative, the Election Commission will provide free 'Uber rides' to polling booths to voters who are differently-abled or above 80 years, in Patna. Rides up to Rs 120 will be free and exceeding fare will be borne by the voter. Eligible voters will need to get a code by calling on toll-free number 18003451950. Constituencies of Digha, Bankipur, Kumhrar and Patna Sahib will go to the polls on November 3.
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Tejashwi Yadav during his party's 'Naukri Samwad' on October 28 slammed the Central Government for privatising various sectors and pledged to end privatisation in Bihar, if he is elected. Further, pointing out the irregularities in Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC), he promised to increase the upper age limit for BPSC. While stressing the importance of education, he announced that his government will spend 22% of the state budget on… read-more
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