RJD got a big shock, 30-year-old veteran leader resigns from party
Assembly elections in Bihar have come close. But before the election, the RJD has suffered a major setback. Vijendra Yadav, former state legislator and former MLA of Sandesh, has resigned from RJD. Vijendra Yadav's role has been as a kingmaker in Bhojpur. However, he was angry with the party for a long time. When asked the reason for his resignation, he said that the elders are no longer respected in the party. He said that Lalu ji is no longer the Lalu Ji that he used to be between 1990 and 2000.
In his statement, he told that I have served this party for more than 30 years but now I am being ignored. I am not getting the respect I used to get in the party. However, the source has informed that Vijender Yadav has resigned after not getting any solid assurance of giving ticket in the upcoming assembly elections. On the same, Yadav said on the question of joining any other party that we have not yet joined any party, whichever party will call with respect, we can go with them. We have not talked to the leaders of any party yet.
For your information, let us tell you that Vijendra Yadav has been an MLA twice with the message of Ara. Currently, his brother Arun Yadav is an RJD MLA with a message. Vijender Yadav on Saturday sent his resignation to the party's state president Jagadanand Singh. With this, he announced to break the relationship with RJD nearly three decades old.