After Bihar, now RJD-Congress face to face in Jharkhand, know what is the reason

After Bihar, in Jharkhand also, the important constituents of the Grand Alliance, Rashtriya Janata Dal and Congress Party have come face to face. Rhetoric has started in the Grand Alliance due to the statement of former state president of Jharkhand Congress and state government minister Rameshwar Oraon. Rameshwar Oraon, during a meeting in Manika, had called RJD a party of Bihar, remarked about the lack of mass base in Latehar.

Angered by the statement of Rameshwar Oraon, RJD state president Abhay Singh said that minister Rameshwar Oraon should have given a statement following the grand alliance religion. Such irresponsible statement does not suit a senior minister.

He said that there is natural restlessness among all the parties due to the activism of Tejashwi Yadav, former Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar and Leader of the Opposition. In response to this, such things are happening.

Fighting alone would have known:

The RJD president also targeted Rameshwar Oraon and said that he has won the elections with the support of the Grand Alliance. Fighting alone would have made him aware of his political standing. In the press conference, mainly Jharkhand State Vice President Rajesh Yadav, Shyamdas Singh, Youth President Ranjan Yadav, State Spokesperson Dr. Manoj Kumar, State Spokesperson Smita Lakra, Senior Leader Surendra Prasad, General Secretary Kamlesh Yadav, Rajesh Roshan, Social Media Incharge Anjal Kishore Singh joined in Congress state president Rajesh Thakur said that he is not aware of the context in which Finance Minister Rameshwar Oraon has spoken about RJD in the meeting . His motive would be something else, but his words seem to have been taken out of context. But, it is true that the existence of RJD cannot be denied. In the government of the Grand Alliance, there is a minister from RJD quota. This is proof that the RJD has a strong support base in Jharkhand.

Now the reaction of the Congress in this matter is awaited that how seriously the party takes the statement of the state president of RJD.

(EW correspondent)