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‘Resignation is not enough’, says Tejashwi Yadav after Bihar Education Minister Mewalal resigns

Mewalal Chaudhary is accused of misusing his position as the vice-chancellor of Bhagalpur's Sabaur Agriculture University in 2017 to influence the recruitment of 161 assistant professors and junior scientists.

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'Resignation is not enough', says Tejashwi Yadav after Bihar Education Minister Mewalal resigns

Bihar Education Minister Mewa Lal Choudhary on Thursday resigned from the post amid corruption charges leveled against him. Choudhary said, “An accusation is proven only when a charge sheet is filed or a court gives an order and none of the two is there to prove the allegations against me.”

Followed by the resignation, RJD’s Tejashwi Yadav took a dig at Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. Taking it to Twitter, “Through the mandate, Bihar has given us an order to warn you against your corrupt policy, intention, and rule. Just a resignation is not enough. Right now, 19 lakhs jobs, contracts, and equal work-equal pay is the public concern. Jai Bihar, Jai Hind” (roughly translated in Hindi).

“I said that you are tired, so your power of thinking and understanding has diminished. Intentionally corrupted the minister Took office despite Hours later, the drama of resignation was composed. The real culprit is you. Why did you make a minister ?? Your duplicity and gimmick will no longer be allowed to run?”, he added.

Earlier, RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav had said that Choudhary is facing serious charges under the Indian Penal Code including cheating and dishonestly (section 420), and criminal conspiracy (120B). “Has Chief Minister Nitish Kumar awarded Mewalal Choudhary for corruption and given him the freedom to loot?” he asked in a tweet.

The leader was suspended from the Nitish Kumar-led JD(U) in 2017 after an FIR was registered against him over alleged irregularities in appointments during his tenure as the Vice-Chancellor of the Bihar Agriculture University, Sabour in Bhagalpur district.

Mewalal Chaudhary is accused of misusing his position as the vice-chancellor of Bhagalpur’s Sabaur Agriculture University in 2017 to influence the recruitment of 161 assistant professors and junior scientists. Mewalal Chaudhary is also facing corruption charges over the construction of a building on the Sabaur Agriculture University campus. He was also suspended from the party, according to the media reports.

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