On deteriorating law and order of the state, Bihar BJP state spokesperson Rajiv Ranjan has attacked the government. Miffed Rajiv Ranjan taking a shot on his own government said- “At present, there is no ‘Law and Order’ in Bihar. Keeping the government in the dock, he reiterated that the situation of law and order is no more like previous years when criminals used to think before committing a crime.”
Rajiv Ranjan also questioned- if the loan of farmers in other states has been waived then, why Bihar government is failing to do so?
Yesterday, Sasaram BJP MP, Chhedi Paswan also took a shot on Nitish government by saying- on day to day basis incidents of rape, theft, murder, and extortion are taking place. He warned the government to face consequences in state assembly elections if timely measures are not taken.
A couple of days back, BJP MP from Bihar in the Rajya Sabha Gopal Narayan Singh was also heard in the same tune of complaining against rising lawlessness but ironically he himself has 28 criminal charges.
It must be noted that in the past few months, the Bihar government has failed in curbing crime rise occurring statewide.
Last month, renowned BJP leader and businessman, Gunjan Khemka was gunned down in daylight and in its reaction, the prominent face of business community and JDU leader Kamal Nopani was seen also expressing his anger over the killing of Gunjan Khemka.
Apart from the opposition, Nitish Kumar’s government is facing the heat on rising crime from its own ally, the BJP partner. BJP leaders hurling criticism on government may have many reasons but fact and figures of crime rise do legitimises their anguish. As per police data, there was 10% rise in instances of murder between July 2017 to June 2018.
Last year in an event Bihar deputy CM Sushil Modi was found saying- You go on doing as you wish at other times and keep the police on their toes, but during these 15-16 days of religious festivities, do not indulge in any activity that tarnishes the image of Bihar, brings a bad name to the holy town of Gaya and gives the visitors a reason to complain.