JD(U) equates visiting central ministers as Siberian birds
Patna: The JD(U) today took exception to
a host of Central ministers visiting Bihar ahead of the
assembly polls just to make "baseless allegations" against the
NDA government and described them as akin to the "Siberian
birds" which migrate from one place to other in search of
A number of Central ministers have visited the state
recently with a brief to expose the NDA government`s
performance and many more were expected to do the same in
future so as to boost electoral prospects of the Congress, the
state unit JD(U) President Vijay Kumar Chaudhary told
"The behaviour of the Central ministers tantamounted to
that of the Siberian birds which migrate from one place to
other round-the-year for food," he said.
None of the visiting central ministers have come up with
Bihar-specific packages from their respective ministries
nor any of them had concrete suggestions for additional
measures for development, the state unit JD(U) Chief said.
If the central ministers have no no packages to offer
to Bihar, then what else did they have to show for their
sudden affection for Bihar and its people at the time that the
assembly polls were round the corner, he said.
"Why did these Central ministers did not not visit the
state earlier?" Chaudhary asked.
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