Shoe the officers, I am the chief of thieves; Those eight statements and demands of Sudhakar Singh, which became the reason for his resignation
Bihar's Agriculture Minister Sudhakar Singh had to resign within two months of joining the cabinet for the first time. Rashtriya Janata Dal state president Jagdanand Singh and Sudhakar's father first informed the media about this. A few hours later, the resignation of Sudhakar reached Chief Minister Nitish Kumar through Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav and he immediately sent it to Governor Fagu Chauhan with his recommendation.
The statements of Jagdanand and Sudhakar are making the government uncomfortable.
Now Sudhakar Singh has become the former Agriculture Minister of Bihar. The agriculture department has been given to another minister. In the midst of this episode, many questions are arising in the minds of the common people. Jagdanand Singh said that Sudhakar has left his post in the interest of farmers. Earlier, Sudhakar had said that if the interests of farmers are ignored, then he has no attachment to the chair.
Sudhakar's controversial statement
Agriculture Minister Sudhakar Singh was attacking the government ever since he became a minister. In a program, he said, the agriculture department is full of thieves, and being a minister, he is the chieftain of thieves.
Accused the officer of measurement and weighing department of recovery and said, if any officer of the agriculture department asks for money, he will kill the shoes, I will understand.
Controversies were also created regarding the agricultural road map and said that the agricultural road map neither increased the income of the farmers nor increased the yield.
When the Chief Minister wanted to know his side on the controversial statements in the cabinet meeting, he left the meeting. Constantly saying anti-government things from a public platform.
Sudhakar wanted to do all this
Agriculture department secretary N Saravan Kumar should be transferred.
Demands related to agricultural reforms should not be heard, and the agricultural road map should be investigated.
The market system should be made effective once again in the state.
Wrote a yellow paper to revive the Agricultural Market Committee Act, and wanted the proposal to be brought to the cabinet.
did not agree with the policies of the government
From swearing-in to his resignation, Sudhakar Singh made many such statements, which were raising questions about the government. The people sitting at the top level of the government did not agree with his demands and his thinking. Sudhakar Singh, on the other hand, did not agree with the policies of his own government.