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The ruling JD(U) in Bihar on Saturday demanded that RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav refrain from becoming the leader of the opposition since he is allegedly involved in a number of corruption and criminal cases. The JD(U)'s demand comes just two days after party leader Mewa Lal Chaudhary resigned as the state's education minister over a corruption taint.

At a public interview, JD(U) state president Vashishtha Narayan Singh, working president Ashok Choudhary and representatives Sanjay Singh, Neeraj Kumar and Ajay Alok pummeled Tejashwi Yadav for having focused on Chief Minister Nitish Kumar over the arrangement of Mewa Lal Chaudhary as the training pastor. Soon after Mewa Lal Chaudhary surrendered, Tejashwi had assaulted the central priest for drafting into his bureau a "degenerate" individual. 

Chaudhary was named in a FIR held up three years back regarding inconsistencies in enlistments at a horticulture college in Bhagalpur locale while he filled in as its bad habit chancellor during 2010-15. 

The JD(U) pioneers declared that the renunciation of Chaudhary, scarcely two days after he was designated the portfolio, was in accordance with the central pastor's "zero capacity to bear wrongdoing, debasement and communalism". They said that dissimilar to the spotless record of the central clergyman, Tejashwi Yadav conveyed the impurity of various cases "stopped under different areas of the IPC and even SC/ST Act".

JD(U) leaders also pointed out that the state government has asked the superintendent of police of the district concerned to go ahead with the prosecution, which proved that Chaudhary, an MLA of the ruling party, was not being shielded. The governor's nod is awaited in the matter.

The JD(U) leaders alleged that while filing his nomination papers from Raghopur assembly seat, Tejashwi had not disclosed complete details of cases in which he was named and urged the Election Commission to take note of the "deliberate omission".
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