Up to date: November 19, 2020 4:07:09 pm
Bihar Training Minister Mewa Lal Choudhary Thursday resigned days after taking oath amid allegations of corruption. He submitted his resignation after assembly Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
“An accusation is confirmed solely when a chargesheet is filed or a court docket offers an order and neither of the 2 is there to show the allegations in opposition to me,” information company ANI quoted Choudhary as saying.
Bihar’s foremost Opposition RJD on Wednesday attacked Nitish Kumar for appointing Choudhary because the Training Minister.
RJD MP and spokesperson Manoj Kumar Jha advised The Indian Express, “The selection of Mewalal Choudhary as schooling minister makes such a loud assertion concerning the CM’s weakened place within the new scheme of issues post-verdict. A transparent message has gone to Bihar that one can’t count on something optimistic from the federal government with these sorts of decisions dominating the structure of the cupboard.”.
Jha stated Nitish Kumar tried to take a “excessive ethical floor” over a “non-case” of corruption when he walked out of the Grand Alliance in 2017, bringing down the coalition authorities with RJD and Congress.
The case pertains to Choudhary’s tenure as vice-chancellor of Bihar Agriculture College at Sabaur in Bhagalpur. He and about 50 others had been first booked in 2017 underneath IPC sections 409, 420, 467, 468, 471 and 120B. The matter pertained to alleged discrepancies in appointment of 167 assistant-cum-junior scientists on the newly-opened agriculture college throughout Choudhary’s tenure as V-C between 2010 and 2015. He declared it in his 2020 election affidavit and was elected MLA from Tarapur in Munger.
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