In a letter to the speaker, Sharad Yadav explained why he was resigning as an MP, on March 14, 1976. Excerpts:
JD(U) leader plans to rope in Left parties, NCP along with Cong and RJD
RJD chief Lalu Prasad, however, made the most of occasion despite the presence of just 200-odd people at the rally.
“Merger of six constituents of erstwhile Janata Party has already taken place and Mulayam Singh Yadav has been announced its President,” said Yadav.
Yadav speaks on the Janata Parivar merger, BJP policies and the Bihar elections.
If Sharad Yadav wanted to hide his age, he was not very successful.
Yadav refused to single out names and even added that some of them may have deserved the awards but added.
Sharad Yadav was at the centre of a controversy last week over his comments on south Indian women.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday said there was no “cloud of uncertainty” over merger of old Janata Parivar splinter groups and that it was on track. “The merger vehicle of Janata Parivar is on track and the vehicle is on the run,” Kumar told reporters after a conclave on skill development in Patna. […]
Rajya Sabha Chairman Mohammad Hamid Ansari has admitted a motion for impeaching Justice S K Gangele.
Responding to issue raised by Leader of House Arun Jaitley, Sharad Yadav expressed regret and said he comes from a culture that is matrilineal.
Yadav was at the centre of a controversy last week over his comments on south Indian women.
BJD’s young MP Anubhav Mohanty’s question in Rajya Sabha earned him compliments from HRD Minister Smriti Irani.
As Yadav explained his position on issue, he was interrupted by both treasury and opposition members including HRD Minister Smriti Irani.
Once again, he uses regressive language while claiming to speak for a progressive politics.