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Nitish’s JD-U serves present trigger discover on ex-party president, seeks particulars of land offers

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Nitish's JD-U serves show cause notice on ex-party president, seeks details of land deals

By Express News Service

PATNA: Former union minister and estranged chief of JD-U, RCP Singh, who had resigned from the Narendra Modi cabinet on July 6, on Saturday courted recent controversy after two celebration leaders accused him of buying massive land parcels in a clandestine method.

RCP Singh allegedly bought these properties in Nalanda, his dwelling district and didn’t declare them in his election affidavits.

JD-U has served a present trigger discover to RCP on this connection, asking him to share data of all of the properties he has acquired within the final 9 years.

In the present trigger discover, Bihar JD (U) president Umesh Singh Kushwhaha mentioned that a number of irregularities appear to have been dedicated to amass these massive land parcels from 2013 to 2022.

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“Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has a zero tolerance policy against corruption and so you (RCP) should immediately reply to the allegations of corruption,”  Kushwhaha directed within the discover served to the previous union minister.

RCP Singh, nevertheless, described the allegations levelled towards him as baseless.

“There is no discrepancy in the purchase of land in the name of my two daughters during the period,” he advised The New Indian Express.

RCP, a former IAS officer, was as soon as an in depth aide of Nitish and nominated to the Rajya Sabha twice. He was additionally JD-U nationwide president.

His relationship with Nitish soured after he joined the union cabinet with out the consent of the Bihar CM. Nitish apparently misplaced his endurance when RCP claimed that he had climbed the ladder of success in his political profession resulting from his personal functionality and exhausting work, and didn’t acknowledge the previous’s help in his political rise.

PATNA: Former union minister and estranged chief of JD-U, RCP Singh, who had resigned from the Narendra Modi cabinet on July 6, on Saturday courted recent controversy after two celebration leaders accused him of buying massive land parcels in a clandestine method.

RCP Singh allegedly bought these properties in Nalanda, his dwelling district and didn’t declare them in his election affidavits.

JD-U has served a present trigger discover to RCP on this connection, asking him to share data of all of the properties he has acquired within the final 9 years.

In the present trigger discover, Bihar JD (U) president Umesh Singh Kushwhaha mentioned that a number of irregularities appear to have been dedicated to amass these massive land parcels from 2013 to 2022.

ALSO READ | High uranium in groundwater in Bihar leaves authorities anxious, pattern despatched to Lucknow lab

“Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has a zero tolerance policy against corruption and so you (RCP) should immediately reply to the allegations of corruption,”  Kushwhaha directed within the discover served to the previous union minister.

RCP Singh, nevertheless, described the allegations levelled towards him as baseless.

“There is no discrepancy in the purchase of land in the name of my two daughters during the period,” he advised The New Indian Express.

RCP, a former IAS officer, was as soon as an in depth aide of Nitish and nominated to the Rajya Sabha twice. He was additionally JD-U nationwide president.

His relationship with Nitish soured after he joined the union cabinet with out the consent of the Bihar CM. Nitish apparently misplaced his endurance when RCP claimed that he had climbed the ladder of success in his political profession resulting from his personal functionality and exhausting work, and didn’t acknowledge the previous’s help in his political rise.