RJD chief Tejashwi Yadav on Saturday charged that the ruling BJP-JD(U) alliance in Bihar has turn out to be a “hassle engine” as a substitute of the “double engine” that had promised to propel the state in the direction of progress.
The chief of the opposition cited current incidents of crime to buttress the purpose that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had turn out to be drained and helpless after being in energy for a decade and a half, whereas the BJP was unable to make a distinction regardless of having extra MLAs and two Deputy CMs for the primary time within the state’s historical past.
Mr Yadav made the remarks towards Mr Kumar within the backdrop of his heated change with journalists in Patna on Friday once they had sought to nettle him on the lack of the police to crack a excessive profile homicide case.
“I’m going to Saran tomorrow the place I’ll go to the ancestral residence of Rupesh Kumar Singh (murdered Indigo airways station supervisor). His relations evidently have misplaced religion within the state authorities and are demanding a CBI inquiry. And the CM is busy holding the transient for the police, which has not been in a position to crack the case even after 72 hours,” stated Mr Yadav.
The previous Deputy CM, who was addressing a press convention, additionally distributed copies of a stinging letter he has shot off to Mr Kumar.
“Please crackdown on crime in Bihar, else you’ll by no means be forgiven by its individuals… Within the pages of historical past you’ll not discover a house even within the footnotes,” Mr Yadav has stated within the blistering be aware.
Replying to a question, the RJD chief stated that he was ready for the schedule for the upcoming price range session of the meeting, following which he’ll draw up the itinerary for the proposed state-wide ”Dhanyawad Yatra” (thanksgiving tour).
He reiterated his opposition to the proposed truncation of the session to no more than every week.
“The federal government needs to shorten the session within the title of COVID-19 vaccination. Are MLAs going to manage the photographs?” he requested.
“Certainly, the federal government is cautious of being cornered by the legislators, particularly from the opposition, on the ground of the Home on points associated to governance,” stated Mr Yadav who has beforehand introduced a boycott of the meeting session if it was curtailed.
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