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Didn`t know that Nitish can talk like a goon. He is simply shying away from his responsibilities as CM and blaming opposition for bad governance. Hope people of Bihar boot him out.
Nitish Must resign. Why he is making allegations on opposition. He did not even bother to visit victims. I guess because those kids where not Muslim and if he visits he will become non secular.
You must be considerate.Afterall he had such a bad fracture on the little finger on his foot that doctors even prohibited him to talk.With great difficulty he could instruct the concerned to bury the dead children in the school compound itself.Of course this did not stop him from receiving foreign guests or celebrating his sons birthday.What a great tragic coincidence.
Nitish Ji is right, there is a coordinated effort by opposition to destabilize Nitish govt but people of Bihar will not allow this.
It was expected from NK.He came out of his den after so manu days to blem opposition.What a able administrator was doing leaving everything on opposition.Was the condition or is good where the midday food is prepared and served?Blem the opposition and go scotfree even not taking moral responsibility.Had these childers belongs to a particular community NK would have visited their parents with one leg and paid them 10L each and a govt job for family members.This is the poletics thanks to leaders.
OUR POLITICIANS ARE SO CORRUPT THAT THEY DO NOT MIND KILLING OF INNOCENT CHILDREN TO TRAP OTHER OPPOSITION POLITICIAN.IN SOME CRIMINAL CASE OR DEFAME HIM...................A PRINCIPAL CANNOT MIX PESTICIDE IN FOOD AND KEEP EMPTY PACKING AT HIS HOME............
HE SHOULD RESIGN AND STOP MAKING ALLEGATIONS.
Nathish Kumar , is he educated minister , already CBI probe declared that IM has hands in Bodhgaya blasts. whom he was blaming, because of these type of leaders india like this.23 small children died , there was no response from him.
How many private universities are there in India?
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