Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Monday said the whole nation is united on matters related to the border.
Under fire over the release of RJD strongman Mohd Shahabuddin from jail, the Bihar government has decided to approach the Supreme Court to cancel his bail granted by the Patna High Court.
“Such big positive change has come in, why ruin it for a peg or two? Turn off the lights and drink juice, you will feel its the same,” Nitish Kumar was quoted as saying by ANI.
Shahabuddin said, “Everyone knows whom I have been with all these years, and whom I will remain with. Nitish Kumar paristhitiyon ke neta hai (a leader born out of circumstances).”
Bihar’s Chief Minister said he took the intermediate exam scandal not as a subject of inquiry but as a subject of criminality
The Chief Minister ordered registration of FIR into the matter.
“I fail to understand where the society is heading towards, a child was killed for not giving side to a vehicle,” expressed Nitish Kumar.
“I had never nourished a dream to become a minister, chief minister or prime minister,” the Bihar Chief Minister said at a function to launch a biography of ‘Super-30’ founder Anand Kumar in Patna.
Nitish seems to have a soft spot for the digit seven and hence, wants to keep 7, Circular Road — where he has been living and working ever since it was allotted to him during Manjhi’s term as CM.
The Public Grievance Redressal Act “will be implemented in the whole of country once it is successful in Bihar,” Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said on Sunday.
I have been allotted a bungalow for life in the capacity of being ex-CM. While another bungalow is allotted to me as the Chief Minister, says Bihar CM Nitish Kumar
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that action should have been taken earlier against the encroachers in Mathura, during the announcement of JD(U)’s nationwide membership campaign on Sunday.
An official said Bihar has been stalling the issue primarily on the ground that several issues pertaining to assets and liabilities, post-bifurcation, were to be sorted out.
The Jharkhand government has made at least 10 official requests over the last 16 years to Bihar to hand-over more than 82,000 revenue maps related to 29,000-odd villages in the state.
Marandi arrived in Patna on a visit and is set to meet Nitish Kumar on Friday to discuss issues related to development of bordering areas in Jharkhand close to Bihar.