During the Bihar Assembly elections, Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi has asked former minister Tej Pratap Yadav to explain how he had become the owner of crores of immovable property in 2015, even before becoming an MLA for the first time. What was the source of income of Tej Pratap Yadav, who was fond of 29 lakh BMW cars and 1.5 million American racing bikes. Will Tej Pratap give tips to youth of Bihar to earn wealth without doing business.
In a statement released on Wednesday, the Deputy Chief Minister said that Tej Pratap is also the owner of 26 plots and 2 houses. Both these houses are self Gifted by Raghunath Jha and Kanti Singh at Gopalganj and Patna. Along with this, the Fairgro Holding Company, through which the two-storey Tisco Guest House in Patna was purchased, is one of its many directors. Former Legislative Councilor They have got 4 plots through a will by Shamim and Rakesh Ranjan and their wives. He owns 7 plots (54 decimals of land) in Aurangabad.
The Deputy Chief Minister has said that Tej Pratap Yadav should explain why the politicians donated their houses and plots to him. After all, when and how did he acquire all these assets. What was their legitimate source of income to create wealth of crores.
In the affidavit, he showed his total assets as Rs 2,51,63,509
RJD candidate Tej Pratap, contesting from 140 Hasanpur constituency, has a BMW car worth Rs 29 lakh and a 1000cc racing bike worth Rs 15 lakh. Apart from this, RJD leader Tej Pratap has 100 grams of jewelry, which is worth about Rs 4,26,300. In the affidavit given with the nomination letter, he has shown his total assets at Rs 2,51,63,509, which is 50 lakh more than the time of the affidavit filed with the nomination of Mahua assembly constituency in 2015. Meaning their wealth has increased by only 50 lakhs in the last five years. The total of his five bank accounts is Rs 14, 87, 371, which is 10 lakh more than in 2015.
In the case of Cash in Hand, Tej Pratap is like a common man. In the details of the property given, he has mentioned only one and a quarter lakh rupees in cash. He has also invested Rs 25,10,000 in various shares. He also mentions having a laptop and a desktop. At the same time, there is a debt burden of 33 lakhs on Tej Pratap.
Tej Pratap’s sister-in-law Karisma did not get RJD ticket
Karishma Rai, sister-in-law of Tej Pratap Yadav, elder son of former Chief Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav, ultimately did not get ticket from Danapur seat. The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) has given Ritlal a ticket from this seat. Karisma Rai joined the RJD opposing the family of her uncle and former minister Chandrika Rai. He claimed from Parsa and Danapur seats. She was also campaigning in the Danapur area for the past one month. The party has declared its candidates on both the seats. RJD from Parsa has given ticket to Chhote Lal Rai and Danapur to Reetlal. With Ritlal’s candidature fixed, Karisma’s hopes of contesting the election this time are over.