Janata Dal United (JDU) supremo and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was close to him at one time and now the victim of his wrath wants to show former Union Minister Ramchandra Prasad Singh out of the party. Therefore, at the behest of Nitish Kumar and the party’s national president Rajiv Ranjan, the party’s Bihar unit has questioned Ramchandra Prasad Singh about the 58 plots purchased by him in the last few years. Giving the details of these plots, the party’s Bihar unit has asked that the information about many plots in this is not even in their election affidavit and they have acquired immense wealth which seems to be irregular.
JDU Bihar unit president Umesh Kushwaha has written a letter to RCP Singh seeking his reply. It is said that tell how he bought forty bighas of land in two blocks of Nalanda district and whether it was purchased from your regular income. However, this notice assumes that he has bought most of the plot in the name of his wife or daughter. But the party has asked why they did not show this property in the election affidavit. Then how did you buy the donated land?
It is clear from this letter that two top leaders of the party Nitish Kumar and Lalan Singh now want to take action against RCP on the basis of disproportionate assets. Nitish Kumar not only deprived RCP Singh of Rajya Sabha membership during the last two months, but also forced him to vacate the house where he lived in Patna by allotting it to the Chief Secretary. And now by making the issue of land public, in a way the formality of his departure from the party is being completed. It is believed that whatever answer the RCP gives, but the party will start the process of suspension from the party by calling it unsatisfactory.
At the same time, RCP Singh said that most of the plots are in the name of his daughters or wife, who collect income tax. In the department, he had given information about buying and selling. Apart from this, no land was bought or sold in his account or in his name. In such a situation, where is it appropriate to allege that he acquired land in Lalu style. He asked the leaders of the party to tell that after all he has obliged someone in exchange for a plot. All these allegations are baseless and whoever did the investigation should have questioned them too.