In Patna, a charge of extortion has been filed against Tejashwi Yadav's cousin
In connection with claims that he demanded 2 crore from a builder, Nagendra Rai, the cousin of deputy chief minister Tejashwi Yadav, has been the subject of a first information report (FIR) by the Bihar police.
Nitin Kumar, director of Subh Shaurya Infrastructure Pvt Ltd, filed the FIR on March 13, according to KP Singh, station house officer of Danapur police station. The claimed demand was allegedly made on March 11 as Nitin Kumar was having a land parcel's border marked on the Danapur-Khagaul route in the state capital Patna.
In a 2017 case of intimidation filed in connection with the same tract of property, Nagendra, who is already mentioned in six criminal cases, was detained and freed on bond.
The FIR claims that after the police team had departed, Nagendra arrived at the scene, brandished his gun, and reportedly beat Nitin Kumar's brother because he had not been paid. When he phoned the local police, according to Kumar, no one answered. He subsequently filed a grievance with the district police chief's office.
Subhash Chandra Rai, the 73-year-old landowner, was then named in Nagendra's cross-complaint for allegedly attempting to extort $5 lakh from him.
City SP (West) Rajesh Kumar said, "We have received both allegations, and an inquiry is ongoing.