Veteran Congress MLA Sadanand Singh praises Bihar Depty CM Tejaswi Yadav


Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejaswi Yadav on Monday got here in for reward from senior Congress MLA Sadanand Singh after giving his first reply within the Assembly as a member of the state Cabinet on a problem in regards to the demand for repairs on a stretch of a national freeway.

Yadav informed the House that because the individuals had given the grand alliance the mandate to work and never interact in feasting, the federal government would fulfil the demand “inside the timeframe”.

Singh, a 9-time MLA from Kahalgaon, by means of a calling consideration discover within the Assembly, had raised the difficulty of the poor situation of the stretch between Bhagalpur and Kahalgaon on National Highway eighty. He stated that his party MLAs have been planning to stage a sit-in on the difficulty.

The Congress MLA stated that a 30-km journey alongside that stretch takes over three hours because of the poor situation of the street, which has not been repaired regardless of assurances prior to now. He urged Yadav, who can also be the minister of Road Construction Department, to get the street repaired by February- finish.

Answering his first query as a minister within the new Assembly, Yadav, the son of RJD President Lalu Prasad, informed the MLA, “People have given us an enormous mandate to work and to not bask in ‘bhog’ (feast). We will get the work accomplished inside the timeframe and see to it that you simply and different members needn’t go on an agitation.”

Pleased together with his reply, Singh hailed the power and dedication proven by the younger chief. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was not current within the House when the matter got here up. In his reply, Yadav stated that heavy vans ply by way of the stretch in query in the direction of Jharkhand, creating potholes.

A 4-lane street has been proposed for the stretch for the early completion of which the state authorities will coordinate with the Centre, he stated.


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