What failed Tejashwi's A-Z equation! Both the upper caste ministers of RJD quota have bid farewell to Nitish cabinet
Carrying forward the legacy of RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav. His younger son Tejashwi Yadav talks about taking everyone along. The RJD, which does politics of MY equation, has been constantly accused of ignoring the upper castes. However, Tejashwi Yadav claimed that there is no discrimination against anyone. The party belongs to everyone. Along with this, he had said in a statement that we have to take everyone along. However, after the formation of the Mahagathbandhan government again, most of the people in the Nitish cabinet from the RJD were seen from Yadav and Muslim society. However, it is also true that the leaders of the upper caste society were also put forward for the post of a minister by the RJD. From RJD, two upper caste leaders Sudhakar Singh and Kartikeya Singh became ministers in the Nitish government.
It has been 2 months since the government of Mahagathbandhan was formed in Bihar. In these two months, these two ministers have been discharged. These two ministers have submitted their resignations. The BJP was fiercely attacking Kartikeya Singh. He was being produced in court. Kartikeya Singh comes from Bhumihar community. He was performing the responsibility of the Agriculture Minister. Sudhakar Singh has also submitted his resignation. His resignation has also been accepted. Sudhakar Singh is the son of RJD state president Jagdanand Singh. Sudhakar Singh comes from the Rajput community. In such a situation, after the resignation of these two, the two upper caste leaders who were given a place in the Nitish cabinet by the RJD, have gone. In such a situation, the question is arising, has Tejashwi Yadav's A to Z equation failed?
However, the Nitish cabinet still includes upper caste ministers but all are from the JDU quota. If we look at the upper caste ministers present in the Nitish cabinet, Vijay Chaudhary comes from the Bhumihar society. Lacey Singh and Sumit Singh come from the Rajput community. The same Sanjay Kumar Jha comes from the Brahmin community. A Bhumihar and a Rajput minister were made by the RJD to take the support of the upper castes. However, now it seems that after the departure of these two, Tejashwi Yadav has suffered a big political setback. Bitterness has also arisen between RJD and JDU regarding Sudhakar Singh. At present, there is not a single upper caste minister in the Nitish government from the quota of RJD.