No one has the courage to remove me from RJD…. Tej Pratap gave many answers in one line

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Patna
RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav’s Bade Lal has come in a completely rebellious mood. He has bluntly said that no one has the courage to remove him from RJD. In a conversation with a news channel, Tej Pratap Yadav said that I have no dispute with anyone. Family is a different place and political battle is a different place. No one can kick me out of RJD. Not only this, Tej Pratap Yadav said that he has no dispute with his brother Tejashwi Yadav.

Tej Pratap did a padyatra on JP Jayanti, then bluntly said this thingActually, Tej Pratap Yadav had a padyatra on JP Jayanti, before that his mother Rabri Devi reached Patna. It was believed that Rabri Devi had come to convince her son Tej Pratap to stop his padyatra. However, Tej Pratap could not meet Rabri Devi. Meanwhile, Tej Pratap took out a padyatra on Monday. He reached Jaiprakash Narayan’s residence in Agamkuan area barefoot from JP Golambar and paid his tributes to him. After this, in a conversation with a news channel, he spoke about his position in the party.

Lalu Ke Lal said – I have no dispute with anyoneTej Pratap Yadav said, ‘I have no dispute with anyone. My dispute is with Bihar CM Nitish Kumar and RSS. Family is a different place and your political fight is a different place. Recently, RJD vice-president Shivanand Tiwari’s statement was also questioned in which he had said that ‘where is Tej Pratap in RJD, he has formed a separate organization’. On this too, Lalu’s elder Lal spoke openly.

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Tej Pratap said – who can dare to throw me out of RJDTej Pratap Yadav said that no one has the courage to throw me out of the party. He said that ‘I am a follower of Jayaprakash Narayan. I am a devotee of Krishna. Who can dare to throw me out of RJD? Not only this, Tej Pratap Yadav only said that when father (Lalu Yadav) comes to Bihar, I will take him to roam everywhere.

What Tejashwi said on Tej Pratap’s visitEven though Tej Pratap Yadav is saying that he has no dispute with anyone. However, when his younger brother Tejashwi Yadav was questioned about the manner in which he took out a padyatra on JP Jayanti, he simply said that good luck to all, it is a good thing, everyone celebrates. The way Tejashwi Yadav responded on the whole matter, somewhere between the two brothers was clearly visible.

[Attribution to NBT]

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