‘Abused by senior leader’: Tej Pratap Yadav storms out of RJD meeting midway
New Delhi: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Yadav’s son and Bihar minister Tej Pratap Yadav on Sunday walked out of the party’s national executive meeting here midway, alleging that a senior leader had abused him.
Coming out of the party’s two-day national executive meeting at the NDMC Convention Centre here, he said that senior leader Shyam Rajak abused him when he called the latter to know about the programme’s timing.
“Shyam Rajak abused me, my personal assistant, and my sister today when I asked him about the meeting schedule. I have an audio recording, and I’ll put it on my social media. Such BJP-RSS people should be thrown out of the organisation,” he told media persons outside.
The RJD’s two-day national convention began on Sunday. However, everything doesn’t seem proper within the party as Bihar state President Jagdanand Singh skipped it.