Expressing solidarity to the agitation of farmers against the agriculture laws, Tejashwi Yadav said that the RJD will hold Farmers Awareness Week.
Yadav, leader of the opposition in the state assembly, visited the Raj Bhavan heading a delegation of senior RJD leaders.
On Thursday, state's JD-U chief Umesh Kushwaha dropped a bombshell predicting a major breakup within the RJD-led Grand Alliance in the next few days.
Yadav also added that Kumar was made the CM "under pressure" and asked him to step away from the Home Department if he cannot manage it effectively.
Why is the government running away from questions, Tejashwi said, adding that how will the peoples' representatives ask questions if the session does not work to its full length.
On Wednesday there was a phone conversation between Gopal Mandal and Bihpur MLA E Shailendra in which it was alleged that Gopal Mandal was abusing and using casteist slur.
Bihar also remained in news for the dramatic turn of events following Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide in Mumbai.
Yadav made the remarks at a party meeting in Patna that saw him interacting with all the RJD candidates for the recently held assembly polls.
RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav took a swipe at the NDA government in the state for not allowing them to hold protest inside the Gandhi maidan.
Earlier, the chief ministers of four Congress-ruled states had sought a meeting with President Ram Nath Kovind on the matter but it was turned down.
This comes a day after an aide of Janata Dal-United legislator Amarendra Pandey died on Saturday in Gopalganj after unidentified miscreants opened fire at him and two others.
Bihar CM reminds RJD leader that he kept quiet till now due to his old association with Lalu, tells him to check facts before speaking
Akhtarul Imam, the Kishanganj’s Amour MLA, reportedly refused to read the word ‘Hindustan’, written in his oath paper in Urdu and insisted to replace it by ‘Bharat’.
In order to combat COVID-19 spread, physical distancing would be maintained in the sitting arrangements of legislators and wearing masks has been made compulsory for those attending the session.
The JD(U)'s demand came two days after party leader Mewa Lal Chaudhary resigned as the state's education minister over a corruption taint.