NDA govt in Bihar has indicated defeat: Paswan
Patna: LJP supremo Ramvilas Paswan Saturday said
that the amendment of the Bihar Special Security Guard Bill,
which allows lifelong security and a bungalow to former chief
ministers, is an indication that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish
Kumar has accepted defeat.
"The passing of the bill in the Assembly has given enough
indications that Kumar has admitted NDA`s defeat much before
the Assembly elections as he has arranged for his comfortable
stay after demitting office," Paswan said while addressing the
provincial conference of the Dalit Sena.
The state`s NDA government had recently amended the bill
that facilitated basic lifelong security and a bungalow to
former chief ministers of the state.
Charging the Nitish Kumar government for allegedly
dividing the society on the basis of caste, he called upon the
Dalits to oust the NDA government out of power in Bihar.
"Kumar has indulged in politics of castes and is dividing
the society on the basis of castes. It has exposed the real
face of Kumar before the people who have made up their minds
to remove him from power," he alleged.
Paswan accused the Nitish Kumar government of failing on
all fronts and alleged that all the promises made by the CM
for the upliftment of Mahadalits, Dalits, SC and extremely
backwards has proved to be false.
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