After the formation of the Grand Alliance government in Bihar, Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav has issued a new guideline for the Bihar cabinet ministers made from RJD quota, under which they have been instructed to refrain from buying a new vehicle.
He has urged all the ministers from his party that they will not buy any new vehicle in their department.
In the JDU, RJD and Congress Mahagathbandhan government of Bihar, the maximum number of 17 MLAs from RJD quota have been included in the cabinet.
Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav has issued a list asking all the ministers made from his party to follow these instructions.
In which all the ministers of the Rashtriya Janata Dal should not allow their elders, party workers and the general public to touch their feet in their honour. By refusing to accept bouquets of flowers or any kind of gift from anyone, they have been asked to encourage the exchange of pen and book instead.
Deputy CM Tejashwi has instructed the ministers made from his quota to take honesty, transparency and prompt action in the departmental works under the leadership of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. It is claimed that this will bring Bihar on the path of development faster.
He also told his ministers, “There should be no discrimination in helping the poor and needy people coming from any religion, caste and community.”
Nitish Kumar took over as Bihar CM for the eighth time last week after breaking away from the NDA alliance in Bihar.
RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav is sitting on the Deputy Chief Minister’s chair for the second time. Due to which opposition BJP leaders and television news media are being seen day and night speaking on the shortcomings of the new government of Bihar.
In this regard, Tejashwi has asked his ministers to be alert and pay attention to the work of the people.
Tejashwi Yadav said for his ministers, he will solve the schemes and development works being run by his subordinate ministries and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for Bihar by promoting them on social media and connecting them with the questions of the public.