Patna: Tejashwi Yadav, Deputy Minister of Bihar, published in an article posted on Facebook that his security guards were not attacked journalists outside Bihar Secretariat in Patna when he left after a cabinet meeting. It was competitive relationships that led to the accident, he said, complaining that “there were times when about ten mics were about to hit the nose.”
The 28-year-old politician faces corruption charges and was wanted by the press for his position on an ultimatum by his patron and chief minister Nitish Kumar his resignation. M. Yadav reiterated with insults did not relinquish the accusations when he was “only a child who had not even sprouted a moonchh.”
On Facebook, he said: “I understand how difficult their work is, especially the cameramen.” They fall and compete.A couple of media people put me behind me and I washed my ears and head.There were times when about ten Microphones were about to hit the nose (sic). ”
As M. Yadav has left the Secretariat after the meeting, dozens of dozen mediators ran towards him. It was at that time that a camera accidentally knocked one of the security staff members that Yadav, with a colleague, dragged down the stairs of the Secretariat and assaulted. Some press officers who tried to intervene were also mistreated.
Tejashwi Yadav, who is the son of the great weight of Bihar, Lalu Yadav, denied reports that the fighting occurs in his instructions as “undesirable, unfounded and nonsense” and also committed to “look personally at the subject and investigate “.
The cabinet meeting yesterday was the first meeting of Tejashwi with Nitish Kumar Yadav as the family was attacked last week by the IWC on charges that as Minister of Railways, Lalu Yadav has exploited its position for the purchase of three acres of land In Patna at sleep rates. Tejashwi is also one of the land owners on which a mall is being built.
M. Yadav claimed that as 13 or 14 she was too young to be charged in the case. Like his father, it is alleged that the charges against him are part of a political conspiracy by the BJP.
CBI sources said Tejashwi Yadav was charged in the case “not for what his father did as a minister, but because, with his mother, he took over a company that had land in 2014, when he was 24 years old. age “.
Earlier this week, Nitish Kumar said he would not jeopardize his principles or his determination of “zero tolerance for corruption”, his ally Lalu Yadav indicating that the only way his government alliance in Bihar can survive if it is Tejashwi resignation.