Arun Rajbhar told why OP Rajbhar gave 'yellow pot' statement


Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj party (Subhashpa) President Omprakash Rajbhar, after taking oath as a minister on Thursday, told the party workers that if the police chase you, become a leader, the police themselves will salute you. Rajbhar told the party workers in Mohammadabad area of Mau, 'I tell you to go to any police station and if there is even a little problem after going there, then do not apply white towel. Use a yellow towel. When you go to the police station wearing this towel, Droja ji will see Omprakash Rajbhar in your data-face. This is power. Go and tell that the minister has sent. He said, 'The inspector does not have the power to call the minister and ask whether he has been sent or not. Even SP has no power. Even the DM has no power. At the point where we are standing today, even the director General of police does not have the power to ask us whether you have sent it or not.

His statement has been defended by Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance's Ghosi candidate Arun Rajbhar. Arun wrote on social media site Inside, OP Rajbhar is instilling courage in the backward, Dalit, deprived and exploited class, who is not able to go to the police station with his problem, and is giving courage to those who cannot go to the police station with their problems. Arun wrote- Every person associated with Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj party has his own identity with the yellow towel. Our identity is the yellow flag stick symbol.

Rajbhar gave a big statement

Moreover, Rajbhar pointed towards a person standing behind him on the stage and said, 'This is Paswan ji. When we met him for the first time, he said that sir, the police is chasing us a lot. We asked why she was running. Said that sir, I don't know why she is running. When we told him to become a leader, he asked, “Sir, what will happen from this?” We said become it and see what happens. He listened to us and after some time, the district Panchayat elections came and he got the district Panchayat elections from Ghazipur, then the same constable who was running for him started saluting him. Rajbhar had said, 'I had defiantly said that I will become a minister and the day the cabinet is expanded... I will make myself a minister that day.'

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