After the all-party meeting gave its consent for the state-specific survey earlier this week, Jaiswal came out with a Facebook post asserting that his party supported the move but saw a few areas of concern.
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Kumar’s remarks came during the inauguration of a newly constructed girls’ hostel in Patna on Tuesday.
Union Minister’s remarks came after the Bihar Lokasewa Commission’s 67th Combined (Preliminary) Competitive Examination was cancelled on Sunday due to paper leaks.
Sanjay Kumar Jha, the minister for Information and Public Relations Department who is also a national general secretary of the party, saw the rumour surrounding the CM as a “propaganda” that will “yield little”.
The Bill comes after the criticism of the Nitish Kumar government over the continuous increase in the number of cases pending in courts and undertrials in jails.
Kumar also made a passing reference to the period when his arch-rival Lalu Prasad’s RJD was in power and which has often been alleged to be synonymous with lawlessness.
“I have no clue about this (Inn sab ka toh hamare dimag me bhe koi idea bhe nahe hai),” said Kumar in Bhagalpur on being asked by the reporters to comment on the above speculations.
The government is facing criticism for imposing the liquor ban in the state, especially a large number of people who died due to consumption of poisonous liquor.
JD-U said in a statement that Nitish Kumar will campaign virtually.
The party’s national president Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan came out with a series of tweets wherein he sought to assert that the state was not seeking charity from the Centre, but wanted its rightful due.
He said that if Nitish Kumar fails to provide relaxation in liquor ban then he would support Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) Chief Tejashwi Yadav in future.
The chief minister maintained that law enforcement agencies have been asked to ensure proper implementation of the ban across the state, where spurious liquor has claimed close to 40 lives in different districts since Diwali.
Tejashwi is doing road shows and door-to-door campaigns in Kusheshwar Asthan in Darbhanga and Tarapur in Munger district in favour of party’s candidates Ganesh Bharti and Arun Kumar Shah respectively.
Kumar was joined by RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav and representatives of many other other parties, including the BJP, and both leaders made a strong push for counting the population on the basis of caste.
Manjhi is the second leader in the NDA government in Bihar after Nitish Kumar to demand a probe.
The youth had come to Day 1 of the Janata Darbar of Nitish Kumar. It began on Monday after a long gap of 5 years.
Meanwhile, supporters of the JDU and RCP Singh have put up new posters and banners at the CM’s residence, the JDU office and other places in Patna to congratulate Singh.
The two comprised a reporter from Buxar who cited alleged fraud in the inauguration of an ambulance by Union Minister Ashwani Kumar Choubey and a reporter from Gaya, who sought to focus on alleged wrongdoings in a local hospital.
Citing rural health statistics of the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry, he said that 10,337 health sub-centres were operational in 2005, but in 2020, these had come down to 9,112 and a majority of them are non-operational.
On Wednesday, pertaining to Yadav’s Covid care centre, health minister Pandey had said that if anyone put beds in their residence, it cannot be considered as a hospital.
The opposition RJD, Congress, CPI-ML, CPI and CPI(M) kept away from the house and instead held a parallel session outside in the assembly premises after choosing RJD’s Bhudeo Chuadhary their spealer.
The issue was raised by the RJD leaders in both the Houses of the Vidhan Sabha, who demanded Mukesh Sahani’s resignation.
One of the pet projects of the Nitish Kumar government, the objective of the Har Ghar Nal Ka Jal project is to provide drinking water to every household at the village level.
Gagan alleged that the Bihar government has deliberately delayed the fresh recruitment of teachers across the state.
In a letter to CM Nitish Kumar, Yadav wrote that there had been a huge spike in cases of murder, loot, kidnapping, extortion, rape and theft in the last few days in Bihar.