RLSP faces revolt as MP hits out against party chief Kushwaha

New Delhi, July 1 (IANS) Bihar-based Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP), a constituent of the NDA, faced a revolt on Friday with party MP Arun Kumar charging party chief and Union Minister Upendra Kushwaha of running the organisation in an autocratic style.

“Kushwaha has dissolved the Bihar unit and removed me as state unit chief. This was done in most undemocratic and unconstitutional manner,” Arun Kumar told IANS here.

He also alleged that Kushwaha has fallen “into wrong hands” and he has been continuing with some controversial appointments in the state.

RLSP has three MPs in the Lok Sabha, including Kushwaha, who is at present Union Minister of State for Human Resource Development.

Kumar, who belongs to influential Bhumihar caste, alleged that dissolution of the Bihar unit was done by Kushwaha to sabotage discussions on important organisational matters.

Sources said Kumar will be meeting party workers in Patna before charting out the future road map.



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