Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan signalled a generational shift in the Lok Janshakti Party, announcing today that his son Chirag Paswan would be the acting chief of the party’s Bihar unit.
There is also speculation that Chirag Paswan might replace his father as the party’s national president soon.
Asked about it, Ram Vilas Paswan told reporters that the party would take a call on its leadership during its foundation day ceremony on November 28. “It is imperative that the new generation will come forward to run the party,” the LJP chief said.
MP chirag also called a youth Dalit icon of Bihar.
Reported by New Delhi Reporter