RJD’s Tejashwi Yadav has issued an ultimatum to the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar – provide 19 lakh jobs to the state youth within a month or get ready to face protests. Tej Pratap Yadav and Tejashwi Yadav at Bihar Assmebly on Monday (PTI)RJD leader Tejaswi Yadav on Monday warned the Nitish Kumar government of widespread protests in the state if it fails to provide 19 lakh jobs to youth within one month.He said that the Opposition will not sit quietly over the issue of unemployment and will continue to raise the matter as 1.56 crore people had voted for Mahagathbandhan in the recently concluded elections.”Bihar has become the unemployment capital of the country and the public is in no mood to wait any longer. If the NDA government does not provide 19 lakh jobs to youth within one month, we will hit the street and carry out protest across the state,” announced Tejashwi Yadav.Tejashwi attacked Bihar CM Nitish Kumar and accused him of returning to power by stealing the mandate of the people.The RJD leader said, “Nitish was the “Bhishm Pitamah” of corruption as he has been protecting corrupt people in his government.””Immediately after the formation of the government, Nitish Kumar made Mewalal Chaudhary, a corrupt person involved in a recruitment scam, a minister in his cabinet. Several bureaucrats have also written an open letter claiming Nitish Kumar protected corrupt in his government,” Tejashwi said.The RJD leader said after Mewalal Chaudhary’s departure from the cabinet, Nitish Kumar has given the responsibility of the education department to another minister, Ashok Chaudhary, whose wife is also involved in an alleged corruption case and a CBI probe is underway against her.”Nitish Kumar should give a clarification on Ashok Chaudhary issue. It is his responsibility to do so. There are several ministers in his cabinet who face corruption charges,” Tejashwi said.In the recently concluded Bihar Assembly elections, the Nitish Kumar-led NDA returned to power with a hairline majority even as the RJD emerged as the single-largest party in the state.