RJD national president Lalu Prasad’s irritated brothers by marriage Sadhu Yadav and Subhash Yadav on Saturday looked to angle in disturbed waters by blaming the previous Bihar boss clergyman for having overlooked his senior child Tej Pratap when naming Tejashwi as his political successor.
Siblings of Prasad’s better half Rabri Devi, who succeeded him as boss pastor, they used to employ enormous clout in the state’s legislative issues and organization when the RJD was in power.
They were likewise chosen to Parliament when Prasad moved to Delhi and turned into a Union clergyman in 2004. Throughout the years, be that as it may, the two dropped out of support with the RJD supremo.
Conversing with a provincial news channel independently, Sadhu Yadav and Subhash Yadav unequivocally censured Lalu Prasad for the apparent battle for matchless quality between Tej Pratap — who generally has indicated more noteworthy enthusiasm for the RJD’s issues — and Tejashwi Yadav — who was announced the gathering’s boss clerical competitor a year ago.
“It was his (Lalu’s) unreasonable affection for Tejashwi that drove him to betray us. Presently he is doing likewise to his senior child. Being the senior kid, Tej Pratap too should get something,” Sadhu Yadav said.
Comparable perspectives were resounded by Subhash Yadav, who recommended that in case of the RJD winning force in Bihar, one of the siblings should head the legislature while the other should lead the gathering.
Sadhu Yadav as of late showed up at a dharna arranged by Tej Pratap at a police headquarters, activating theory that the maternal uncle was egging on his irregular nephew to go up against the more youthful sibling who appreciates a more prominent clout inside the gathering.
Be that as it may, Tej Pratap Yadav avoided questions about his being spurred by his maternal uncles to set out on a crash course with Tejashwi Yadav. “In the event that the uncle does not act such that benefits the nephew, he gets completed like Kansa was killed by Krishna,” Tej Pratap Yadav, known for his affection for fanciful illustrations, commented secretively.