Bihar: Tsung Nitesh and Tchachoi Urges to Take Compulsory Steps on Legislation Minister Disagreement

The Congress has urged Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and his deputy, Tchachoy Yadav to take mandatory steps over the controversy that has arisen over the appointment of RJD Chairman Kartik Kumar as Minister for Legislation within the Mahagathbandan (Grand Alliance) authorities.

The BJP has demanded that he be removed from the treasury, alleging that an arrest warrant is pending against him in a 2014 kidnapping case, in which former Mukama Anant Singh could also be a defendant.

CPI-ML (Liberation), one of the components of the ruling coalition, additionally demanded a reconsideration of the introduction of the RJD chief into the treasury.

“Both Nitish Kumar and Tegashoy Yadav must realize the gravity of the issue towards RJD Chairman Kartik Kumar. Dialogue is required on the issue and mandatory steps must be taken by the Cabinet and his deputy.

“I want to say that staying straight absent from court proceedings or avoiding subpoena shouldn't be good. The controversy over his incitement is unwarranted. Pakta Charan Das in charge of AICC Bihar, advised PTI that immediate action is required to resolve this issue.

The conference chair said he will go to Patna on August 24 and the social gathering leaders will talk about the matter with Nitish Kumar and Tejashwi Yadav.

When the Prime Minister asked earlier whether Kartik Kumar would pursue in his slate or not, he mentioned that the Federal Government wants to look into the matter.

Differences have emerged across all CPAs about Kartik Kumar's extrapolation into the treasury, with CPI-ML (Liberation) asking to reconsider the selection.

The Grand Alliance in Bihar currently contains seven events – JD (U), RJD, Congress, CPI-ML (Liberation), CPI, CPI (M) and HAM – which together have greater than 160 MLAs at the 243-member meeting.

The BJP has demanded that Kartik Kumar be away from the treasury, claiming that a kidnapping case is pending against him.

A petitioner for his removal, BJP Chairman Sushil Modi baffled how someone “was speculated to surrender earlier than the court schedule in reference to a kidnapping case obtained in the state treasury”.

The BJP claimed that Kartik Kumar was speculated to abdicate before the Danapur court date of 16 August, but as an alternative, he assured in Raj Bhavan to be sworn in as a minister.

Rejecting the BJP's allegations, the AKP has, however, asserted that Kumar has been given provisional security until 1 September through the court's schedule.

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