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Lalu will be the chairman or Tejashwi will command? RJD can also play bet on Rabri in party chief's election

Lalu will be the chairman or Tejashwi will command? RJD can also play bet on Rabri in party chief's election

August 4th 2022, 8:31 am
Amitesh Kumar

Aug 04, 2022 | 1:58 PM

Lalu Prasad Yadav is ill. Five cases of fodder scam are convicted. A case is also under consideration in Patna. For the last few years, he continues to come to jail. Health is not supporting. Most of the time is spent in Delhi for treatment. After being sentenced, they are unqualified to contest elections, so they are also away from active politics. Meanwhile, October 11 is the election of the President of Rashtriya Janata Dal. After which the big question is whether Lalu Prasad will remain the RJD prominent or he will command the party to someone else. Lalu Prasad is the first president of RJD in 1997. He has been elected president of the party 11 times. Till now no other party in RJD has been in the role of president. Yes, the leaders outside the Lalu family have been getting the responsibility of the state president. Jagdanand Singh is currently the Bihar state president.

There is talk of Lalu Prasad's younger son and Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav becoming party president. But no one is saying anything openly on it. National President is to be elected in Delhi on 11 October. After which it is being speculated that Lalu Prasad will command the party to Tejashwi, while some people say that Lalu Prasad can command the party after Tejashwi's opposition in the family. > Senior Bihar journalist Ravi Upadhyay does not agree with the discussion of Tejashwi being made the national president. He believes that Lalu Prasad will remain the RJD president right now. Ravi Upadhyay says the party and family are united with Lalu Prasad being the national president. He said that when there was an odd situation for RJD, Lal Prasad was in jail, Lalu Prasad was the president even in that era. On being a party president in his jail, political opponents raised questions about how he can stay in jail and remain the party president. How can he alart the candidates who contest the election by staying in jail. Now Lalu Prasad is on bail in all cases, so there is little possibility that he should not be the president.