Will Expose Lalu Yadav In Next 3 Days, Says Bihar’s New No. 2 Sushil Modi
Sushil Modi alleged Lalu Yadav has ties to the Bihar sand mafia
The new Deputy Minister said he was going to expose Mr. Yadav
The case of the ground weapon reopens; The role of Lalu Yadav’s son alleged
Sushil Modi, the new Chief Minister of Bihar said he would face in the next three days, according to him: Links Lalu Yadav of Bihar with the mafia arena.
Mr. Modi, who is the new Minister of Forestry, also ordered a new investigation into a “weapon of the earth” and his alleged role Tej Pratap Yadav claimed. Tej Pratap is the son of Lalu Yadav.
In the last 48 hours, more than a hundred people gathered and a case of illegal sand extraction was registered against Bhai Virendra, lawmaker RJD Lalu Yadav.
“More than 100 people were arrested in Patna, Bhojpur and seized at least six other districts and laden dozens of lorries,” Modi said Monday, listing the measures taken “in the three days following the NES-2 government put On the march against organized crime “.
To help with the repression, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has named KK Pathak, a bureaucrat will hold hard as chief secretary of the state mining department.
Sushil Modi, the leader of the largest BJP in Bihar, swore state government issue 2 last week with Nitish Kumar, Lalu Yadav who left Congress and re-associated with former Alli BJP.
M. Kumar put an end to the two-year alliance after Lalu Yadav has said that his son Tejashwi Yadav would not resign as deputy head of state despite allegations of corruption against him.
For the past three months, Sushil Modi, as the opposition leader, led a tireless campaign to explain what he claimed to have been many scams and land corruption cases by Lalu Yadav and his family, including his son and Tejashwi ministers And Tej Pratap.
At press conferences, Mr. Modi has provided documents which, according to him, has demonstrated his allegations of extreme corruption of the powerful Yadav family and demanded action against them.
The return of the BJP leader as deputy state minister – a position he took four years ago to break up Janata Dal-states Nitish Kumar and the BJP – means he is now able to sort out the investigations he had sought as opposition leader.
In April of this year, Mr. Modi alleged that two acres of land outside the state capital, Patna, was illegally transferred to Yadav, which leased a developer to build a shopping center and sold the plot of land The Patna Zoo, which was then run by the Forest Department under Tej Pratap Yadav.
The zoo has bought plot worth 44,000 rupees to build a road without seeking competitive offers. Then Mr. Modi had demanded that Tej Pratap Yadav be dismissed and a “high-level” investigation that has now been ordered.