Alam, in his notice, said RJD MP Taslimuddin was speaking the language of RSS and BJP. It said that against the party policy, he was always praising PM Narendra Modi. The letter quoted his three recent statements made on May 11,May 15 and May 22 in which he criticised the chief minister and alleged there was Jungle Raj in Bihar and law and order has deteriorated. He went against the RJD’s policy of alliance with the JD(U) the and wanted severing of ties between the two parties, the letter said. Taslimuddin has been asked to make his stand clear within seven days.
RJD has four members in Lok Sabha. Earlier, party MP from Purnia Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav was accused of speaking in the language of BJP leaders. He too had repeatedly claimed there was deterioration in law and order in Bihar in Nitish regime. However, he has not been expelled so far.
The decision to serve show cause notice on Taslimuddin was taken following the strong protest from the JD(U) leaders who had closed door meeting with CM Nitish Kumar on Saturday evening. State JD(U) president Bashistha Narain Sungh, after the meeting, had suggested RJD should take action against Taslimuddin and alliance dharma should be followed.