Bihar CM likely to take decision on Tejashwi Yadav today

Bihar CM likely to take decision on Tejashwi Yadav today

Bihar CM likely to take decision on Tejashwi Yadav today

Sources also claimed that Nitish Kumar, who is under tremendous pressure to sack Tejashwi Yadav, is ready to seek fresh mandate and sacrifice his government if RJD remains tight-lipped on the fate of Bihar deputy CM.

The party leaders said the Congress and other senior leaders from within the alliance have started coming forward to mediate between Mr Kumar and Mr Lalu Yadav.

Amid rumours of a possible rift between Lalu Yadav led Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), the Janata Dal (United) on Saturday said that deputy chief minister Tejashwi Yadav should have shown the basic courtesy to meet Nitish who is the boss and explain himself, according to a report by The Indian Express. However, JD (U) state chief Basisth Narayan Singh denied discussing the Tejashwi Yadav issue and said that "the party only discussed issues related to the presidential election". "All I had said was Tejashwi should clarify his position to Nitish and clear the air".

"The Vidhan Mandal of our party has taken a decision that Tejashwi Yadav will not resign", Lalu told ANI in an exclusive conversation.

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Kumar instructed officials to prepare a plan for management of sewage water so that it can be utilised properly, an official statement said.

The JD-U, however, demanded that Tejashwi should come out "clean". "The BJP will be standing with him on his decision on this issue".

Congress MLA Shakil Ahmad Khan and MLC Dilip Chaudhary suggested senior leaders of the three coalition partners talk among themselves to hammer out a solution.

BJP legislator from Darbhanga, Sanjay Saraogi, was the first to stand in the queue at 8.50 am. There were around 100 legislators jostling with one another in queue when the booth was opened for voting. RJD leader Raj Ballabh Yadav, lodged in Biharsharif jail, also turned up to vote with special permission from the court. MLA B K Sinha with the Election Commission's permission cast his vote in Dehradun.

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