- Tejashwi Yadav will hold an important meeting with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today
- Caste based census will be discussed in Tejashwi’s meeting with CM
- All opposition parties in Bihar with caste based census: Tejashwi Yadav
Leader of Opposition in Bihar Legislative Assembly Tejashwi Yadav (Tejashwi Yadav) Today Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will hold an important meeting. For this meeting, Tejashwi gave CM Nitish Kumar (CM) Nitish Kumar), the Chief Minister has given them the time of 11 o’clock. In this meeting, Tejashwi Yadav will discuss caste based census in Bihar with CM Nitish. Tejashwi had sought time from CM Nitish after the central government denied the possibility of a caste-based census in the country.
Before the meeting, Tejashwi Yadav said that Nitish Kumar has also advocated caste based census in the country. He said opposition party leaders would ask him to present his views to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Tejashwi said, “All opposition parties in Bihar are with caste-based census. Therefore, we will put our point before the chief minister and ask him to form a delegation of ruling and opposition leaders to meet Narendra Modi on the issue.”
Nitish government should conduct census like Karnataka: Tejashwi
RJD leader Tejashwi said, “As the central government has already refused to start caste-based census in the country and cannot give us time, Nitish Kumar should start it in Bihar at the cost of the state government.” The Karnataka government did it, after the refusal of the central government, the Nitish Kumar government can also do the same in its own state.”
70 percent Hindu population in the country is from backward castes: Tejashwi
Tejashwi said that 70 percent of the Hindu population in the country is from the backward castes. Then why the Center is ignoring it, I don’t understand. Tejashwi had also raised the issue in the Bihar Assembly and requested the Speaker to discuss it during the Question Hour. However, Speaker Vijay Sinha refused him to do so.
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