Recently there was an event organized, marking the first anniversary of ‘Vishwa Yuva Kaushal Divas’ at Patna’s Gyan Bhawan. He was listed as a “distinguished guest” on a promotional pamphlet for the event and a plaque bearing his name was also placed at the guests’ table.
This event was attended by CM Nitish Kumar but Tejashwi Yadav did not show up for the event. However, the plaque bearing the Bihar deputy chief minister’s name was covered up with a blue pad, before being taken off the table ahead of the event’s inauguration.
JD(U) leaders have told media that they will not tolerate corruption and will follow Nitish Kumar’s policy of zero tolerance to corruption. Their leader wants Tejashwi to resign but doesn’t want to withdraw from Mahagatbandhan.