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Daughter Asha Paswan had opened the front against Ram Vilas Paswan, was angry because of this


After the death of Ram Vilas Paswan, the fight for power continues in the party. Ram Vilas’s son Chirag Paswan and brother Pashupati Nath Paras are face to face in this fight. Pashupati Nath Paras has got the post of minister in the central government by playing political stakes. At the same time, Chirag is still trying to garner public support in Bihar. Chirag started the Ashirwad Yatra on 5th July. In this, he is going to different districts of Bihar and meeting the supporters.

Chirag also met Rajkumari Devi, stepmother. But there was a time when the daughter of Rajkumari Devi and Ram Vilas Paswan had opened a front against her own father. In fact, she was annoyed by her father indirectly calling former Bihar Chief Minister Rabri Devi a ‘thumb impression’. The Modi government had announced to give reservation to the economically weaker sections.

This was said without taking the name of Rabri Devi: This announcement of the government was openly opposed by the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD). At the same time, when Bihar’s veteran leader Ram Vilas Paswan was a minister in the NDA government, he was asked a question about it in a press conference. Without naming Rabri, Ram Vilas had said, “They (RJD) only raise slogans and make a thumb impression as the chief minister.” His daughter Asha Paswan was also annoyed by this statement of Paswan.

Asha’s husband Sadhu Paswan is the leader of RJD and while targeting Ram Vilas Paswan, he had even said, my mother was also illiterate due to which Father (Paswan) gave him left.’ Asha Paswan had opened a front against her father and along with women activists also staged a sit-in outside the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) office. Asha Paswan had said that till her father won’t apologize She won’t leave here. On the other hand, Sadhu Paswan also protested against his father-in-law and joined RJD after differences.



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