The senior BJP leader and Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi wrote a book highlighting the corruption and “ illegally” achieved properties by the RJD chief and his family members.
The BJP leader wrote a book named “Lalu Leela” which roams around the “141 land plots, 30 flats and a half-dozen houses” illegally owned by the fodder scam accused in Bihar.
“Lalu Leela”-the 198-page book consists of facts mentioned by the Registrar of Companies about the 10 “sham” companies linked with the RJD leader and his family. The book will be launched by Union Minister Ravi Shanker Prasad in Patna on Thursday.
Sushil Modi queued many questions on the RJD Chief in his book. He claimed about how a person who started his journey from peon got involved in four cases of Rs1,000-crore fodder scam.
Modi said “How come 29-year-old Tejashwi Yadav (the Leader of Opposition in Bihar Assembly) has become the owner of more than 20 properties. They had no ancestral land… Tejashwi remained unsuccessful in cricket… Tej Pratap (a former minister) also owns 28 property and Misha Bharti 23 properties,” in his book
He even claimed the properties owned by the Lalu’s wife and former Bihar CM Rabri Devi and said she had 43 plots and over 30 flats.
Lalu Leela is the second book of Sushil Modi after ‘Beech Samar Mein’. His first book came two years ago which compiled his journey of imprisonment during the Emergency.
Lalu Prasad Yadav is an Indian politician and president of Rashtriya Janta Dal. He belongs to Bihar state and was former Chief Minister, former UPA Minister of Railways and former Member of Parliment of the 15th Lok Sabha.
Lalu Yadav is well recognised for his scams more than his governance. In fact, he is the first Politician who was removed from a parliamentary seat for being arrested in fodder scam as per Supreme Court verdict which outlawed convicted legislators to hold their posts.
Lalu Yadav has been accused of being involved in five fodder scams along with few other corruption cases.
During the tenure of Mr Yadav, Bihar state faced lowest social and economic ranking. The state’s law was on ventilator and kidnapping was rising. Many private armies undertaking illegal activities also boomed in his Chief Ministership.