Those who plan to flip later, may leave now: Jagadanand Singh

In the state assembly elections, the leadership of the Grand Alliance formed under the leadership of RJD will be in the hands of Tejashwi Prasad. RJD supremo Lalu Prasad will coordinate the grand alliance. All the constituents have confirmed both these decisions. The official information of the consent was given by RJD state president Jagdanand Singh during a special conversation with Prabhat Khabar on Friday.

RJD state president, Jagdanand Singh said that our grand alliance has taken shape. Everyone has decided that the election will be fought under Tejashwi’s leadership. Discussions have been held with all the allies on this matter and everyone has agreed to this. Similarly, Lalu Prasad has been considered the coordinator of the grand alliance. That election strategy will be formed under his leadership. He told that RJD respects all its allies. We will together form a government in the state. Careful study of the voters list under BJPs plan for the Bihar assembly poll

On the question related to the possibility of some party leaving the party, the RJD president said that such people are not needed in the RJD. Those who plan to flip later, it is better for them to leave the party now. He called such people “useless” attacking those who recently hopped from one party to another. He made it clear that innumerable people are coming to give biodata. Everyone expects from RJD.

He further added that Tejashwi is healthy and will be able to participate in his full capacity. He is working among the people during the Corona period. The whole party is engaged in this exercise and people should not pay attention to rumors.

Aamir Khan

Aamir Khan is a student at the Centre for Chinese and South-east Asian Studies, JNU, New Delhi. He also works with Hasratein- a Delhi based queer collective. The current area of his academic interest lies in the study of the Chinese language and society.