Resigning on white paper, RCP said - no one could tolerate my becoming a minister at the center

Pankaj Prasad
RCP Singh
RCP Singh

After resigning from the primary membership of JDU, former Union Minister RCP Singh said that no one could tolerate him becoming a minister at the Centre.

After resigning from the primary membership of JDU, former Union Minister RCP Singh said that no one could tolerate him becoming a minister at the Centre. Talking to reporters in his village Mustafapur, RCP Singh said that in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the NDA won 39 seats out of 40. Who was in charge of the organization at that time? At that time everything was fine and later everything went wrong.

Took the organization to the booth level

He said that he took the organization to the booth level, which was not there earlier. On raising the slogan of 'Chief Minister Kaisa Ho, RCP Singh Jaisa Ho' in his rally, he said that slogans are raised in the meeting of all the leaders. The workers were shouting slogans. They were not talking about removing the Chief Minister.

Many supporters resigned from the membership of JDU

After the resignation of former Union Minister RCP Singh from the primary membership of JDU, other leaders including Kanhaiya Singh, who was the former president of JDU Education Cell, also resigned from the primary membership of the party on Saturday evening. It mainly includes Upendra Kumar Vibhuti, Amar Kumar Sinha, Alok Vardhan and other activists.

Nitish Kumar was a minister in the Atal government

RCP Singh said that when JDU was involved at the Center in Atal Bihari Vajpayee's government, the party had only eight to ten MPs. Despite this, if important departments like railways and agriculture were found, they did not become special to Atal ji. RCP Singh said that when I became a Union Minister, how did I become special to the BJP?

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was the national president during that time

On allegations that JDU won 73 to 43 seats in the 2020 assembly elections, RCP Singh said that during that time Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was the national president, the state president was Basistha Narayan Singh. The RCP said that he was the national general secretary organization. The chief ministerial candidate was Nitish Kumar, and how can he lose because of RCP? RCP Singh said that among the candidates who were brought from other parties, very few could win.