Tejashwi tells Biharis living in Bengal to again Mamata, prefers silence on alliance


Seeking to forge unity amongst secular events within the West Bengal meeting elections, RJD chief Tejashwi Yadav met Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday and appealed to the folks from Bihar domiciled right here to vote for the ruling TMC.

Emerging from a gathering with Banerjee on the state secretariat, Yadav stated that the primary precedence of his occasion was to cease the BJP’s progress in West Bengal.

He, nonetheless, averted giving an easy reply to questions by journalists about whether or not the RJD will contest the elections in alliance with the TMC, saying the upcoming polls can be a struggle for saving “ideals and values”.

“Our party’s stand is to provide full support to Mamataji,” he stated, interesting to the folks from Bihar domiciled in Bengal to face with Banerjee’s occasion.

Banerjee, on her half, stated she and jailed RJD supremo Lalu prasad share “mutual respect”.

“When we are fighting, it is brother Tejashwi who is also fighting, we are together,” Banerjee stated.