Patna: A delegation of MLAs belonging to
non-Congress opposition parties to met Bihar Governor D Konwar
and demanded immediate dismissal of the Nitish Kumar
Government in the wake of the CAG report showing financial
In an unusual practice, the Governor met the delegation at
the Darbar Hall in the presence of media.
The delegation comprised around 75 legislators, including
65 of 67 suspended MLAs, and some MLCs of RJD-LJP combine,
CPI-ML (Liberation), CPI, CPI-M and BSP.
A memorandum submitted by them demanded making public the
CAG report for the period 2008-09, besides removal of the
state Assembly speaker for his "arbitrary and unilateral
It also urged the Governor to ensure a CBI probe into
the matter which should be monitored by the High Court.
The memorandum, read out by RJD leader Shakeel Ahmed
Khan, also gave a version of the incidents in the House on
July 20 and 21.
The Governor told the delegation that he should be given a
chance to resolve the present political crisis in the state.
"Give me a chance, I`ll look into it," he said.