Shyam Rajak sacked as Bihar minister, expelled from JD(U)


Patna, August 16

Bihar’s Industries Minister and JD(U)’s nationwide basic secretary Shyam Rajak was on Sunday sacked from the state cupboard and expelled from the social gathering.

JD(U)’s chief spokesperson Sanjay Singh stated he has been expelled for six years over anti-party actions.

Shyam Rajak has been sacked from the state cupboard and he has additionally been expelled from the social gathering for six years for his anti-party actions, Singh advised PTI.

Speculation was rife that Rajak could depart the JD(U) as he was not completely happy together with his social gathering and Industries Secretary S Siddharth with whom he had variations over working the division.

The JD(U) giving extra weightage to social gathering chief Arun Manjhi who’s touring the Phulwari Sharif meeting section that Rajak represents is alleged to have miffed him, sources stated.

He was apprehensive that the JD(U) could not give him the nomination within the state polls due later this yr, they added.

Rajak could be a part of his previous social gathering, the RJD, on Monday, the sources stated.

He couldn’t be reached for feedback.

Rajak, who additionally served as a minister within the RJD authorities, had left the Lalu Prasad-led social gathering in 2009 to hitch the JD(U). — PTI



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