Three women JD(U)-spokespersons' open-letter to Rabri ahead of Tejashwi's sit-in
Three women spokespersons of ruling JD(U) in Bihar today wrote an open letter to former Bihar CM Rabri Devi asking her to expel from the party those involved in immoral acts. This preceded a sit-in to be staged by her son Tejashwi Yadav at Jantar Mantar in Delhi in the evening on the sexual abuse case of minor girls in a state-run shelter home.
Tejashwi had written an open letter to Bihar CM yesterday
Tejashwi Yadav had yesterday written an open letter to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on his "criminal silence" on one of the world's most horrifying institutional mass rape case in the Muzaffarpur shelter home.
Spokespersons asked Rabri to deny entry to Mani Prakash Yadav
The three spokespersons, Anjum Ara, Shweta Vishwas, and Bharti Mehta also asked Rabri Devi not to give entry into her house to Mani Prakash Yadav, who served as PA of Tejashwi Yadav when he was Deputy CM in the Grand Alliance government. "Mani Yadav has not only been charge sheeted in an immoral trafficking case but had been in jail too," the letter said.
You can understand the duty of a mother: Spokespersons
"You are a woman and have served as CM also. You can not only feel the pain and agony of a girl/woman but can also understand the duty of a mother," the letter addressed to Rabri said.
You failed to give good qualities to your sons: Spokespersons
The women JD(U) spokespersons also alleged that Rabri Devi has failed in her duty as a mother to instill good qualities (sanskar) in her sons Tejashwi Yadav and Tej Pratap Yadav. "The reality is that you could neither give good qualities of a politician (rajnaitik sanskar) to your sons nor could educate them on character building," the letter read.
Letter talked about Tejashwi and Tej Pratap's 2008 eve-teasing case
Apart from the environment of the house, the environment of one's surroundings, too, has its impact on the upbringing of the children, the letter said. It added some unidentified persons had attacked Tejashwi and Tej Pratap for passing comments against girls at three different places in Delhi - Ashoka Hotel, Connaught Place, and Mehrauli farmhouse - on the occasion of the 2008 new-year bash