Bihar passing through ‘jungle raj’: Ramvilas Paswan
Union Minister for Consumer Affairs Ramvilas Paswan today charged that Bihar was now passing through a ‘jungle raj’ and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar should resign.
“The voters in Bihar have by now realised their mistakes by choosing the present government in power,” Paswan, on a two-day visit to the islands told PTI here.
He alleged that the “deteriorating law and order situation in Bihar” indicated that the state was passing through “jungle raj” and the Chief Minister should have resigned.
In a dig at Kumar, the LJP leader said the Chief Minister did not have any right to speak about good governance “as murders are taking place in broad day light”.
Notably, in past two months, ASI Ashok Kumar Yadav was shot dead in Vaishali district, two engineers of a construction company, Brajesh Kumar and Mukesh Kumar, were shot dead in Darbhanga; a Quality Engineer of Reliance IT, was found dead with injury marks on his body in Vaishali district, while a foodgrain trader was shot dead in Muzaffarpur district.
-07 February 2016 | PTI | Port Blair