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Bihar: Nitish Kumar loses cool after poster protesting against unpaid educational policy appears

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday lost his cool at a rally when during his address a banner protesting against unpaid education policy appeared.

During his campaigning in the public assembly on Tuesday in Lakhisarai, which falls under Munger Parliamentary Constituency, the Bihar CM said, “If you have to show this banner of unpaid education policy, show it tomorrow when Congress people come. I don’t have time for this. You don’t know A, B,C and unnecessarily came here with the poster. Do you even know about unpaid means? Have I come here to hear you or do work? Have you forgotten that we came here 10 years ago, and stayed the whole night. (Ye vitt rahit shiksaa niiti vaalaa banner aur poster dikhana hai to kal Congressiyo sab aaega usko dikhaana. Samajh gae naa, ye sab mere time ki chiz nahin hai. aap sabako k kh ga ka gyan nahin h, aur binaa matalab kaa yahaan poster lekar aa gae hain vitt rahit kyaa hai jaanate bhii hain aap? main yahaan baat sunane aayaa hoon yaa kaam karane aayaa hoon aur bhool gae ho ki 10 saal pahale bhii ham yahaan par aae).”

He further added, “Do you see all this in election time? Is it the topic for the election?”.(chunaav ke time mein ye sab dikhaayaa jaataa hai kyaa? ye chunaav kaa vishay hai kyaa?)

The CM said, when without anyone’s saying what we did was never done in the time of husband-wife and by anyone else. (jab bina kisi ke kuchh dikhaae-bataae hamane bihaar men jitanaa kuchh kaam kiyaa vo n to pati-patnii ke shaasan men huaa aur n kisii aur ne hii kiyaa hai.)

Voting in the parliamentary constituencies of Bihar will be held in 7 phases, beginning from April 11. Results will be declared on May 23.

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