Police statistics among the recent horrific criminal incidents that took place against women recently in Bihar showed that after the formation of the government with Nitish Kumar ‘s re-election last year, 20% of the total criminal incidents in the state There has been an increase of 23% in the incidents of rape. These figures are from June of this year. In the 11 months from August 2017 to June 2018, Bihar Police registered 2.31 lakh criminal incidents. Of these, 1,278 cases are related to rape and 2,722 murders.
Comparing these data with the figures of last 11 months of the JDU-RJD coalition government, 1.91 lakh criminal cases were registered during that time. Between August 2016 and June 2017, there were 2,468 murders and 1,044 incidents of rape recorded in the state. Thus, in the current government tenure, 23% of rape incidents, 11% in murder and total crime has increased by 21%. Let us know that Nitish Kumar broke the coalition with Laloo Yadav’s RJD on July 27 and then formed the government in collaboration with BJP.
The Bihar government is facing criticism for the news of the sexual abuse of children and women in the Shelter Home of 14 districts, including Muzaffarpur. Earlier this week, a shocking video appeared from the Aara district, in which the crowd discharged a woman and turned her into the market and started beating her. National Women’s Commission has taken notice of this video. At the beginning of this week, another incident was reported from Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s district Nalanda, in which one woman was burnt alive while failing to rape.
Last week, a local leader of National Alliance Party (RLSP), a coalition partner of BJP, was assassinated in Vaishali, after which RLSP Chief Upendra Kushwaha asked Nitish Kumar on Twitter and said, “How many dead bodies Afterwards will the government get into senses?
RJD Rajya Sabha MP Manoj Jha said that the way crime has increased against women in the last one year, it is horrific. He said that it was never seen before in Bihar. Jha said, “The picture of the women being disintegrated in Aara has disturbed everyone. There is no political will power to prevent this from the Chief Minister. ‘