Tejaswi says RJD ready to have friendly fight over Chatra and Palamu

Chatra: Former deputy chief minister of Bihar and RJD leader Tejaswi Yadav said that his party has rightful claims over the Chatra and Palamu Lok Sabha seats of Jharkhand and warned that if talks fail to materialize with the Congress that his party will have a friendly fight over these two seats. Addressing a public rally after party candidate Subhash Yadav filed his nominations from the Chatra Lok Sabha seat he said that ensuring the defeat of the BJP is the main goal of his party. He said that RJD has natural claims over Chatra and Palamu seats and talks are on with the Congress to sort out the issue but if things will not go as per plans that RJD will have a friendly fight on these two seats.

Mr Yadav alleged that the BJP wanted to implement the ‘Nagpuria’ law in this area and also wanted to change the constitution, therefore, it is must to defeat the BJP to protect the constitution. Tejaswi said that in Jharkhand the Mahagathbandhan was strong. Speaking over the departure of various senior leaders including Annapurna Devi and Janardhan Paswan he said that if someone wants to go than it was not possible to hold on to them. He blamed the media for all the alleged rift surrounding between him and his elder brother Tejpratap. During the function former MLA and JVM(P) MLA Satyanand Bhokta joined
the membership of RJD.

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