“We welcome the Chief Minister’s decision to impose prohibition in Bihar…. he is implementing what he had promised to the people of Bihar ahead of elections,” said Tejaswi.
The study also found that textbooks provided by the state government have grammatical errors with many words spelt incorrectly.
Tejashwi took to Twitter and wrote: “No one should try judging a book by its cover. Potential, sweet nectar & bitter medicine, takes time to show its real benefit.”
Kumar said he instructed SPs to monitor the performance of police stations and ensure “scientific investigation” is carried out to solve cases.
As Tejashwi Yadav and Tej Pratap bent to touch the feet of Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, it marked the beginning of two political journeys that will be watched very closely as Nitish begins his third term.
JD(U) and RJD take 12 ministries each in 28-member cabinet, 4 for Congress
In this regard, the worst off among the OBCs as well as the Dalits, who are still not with the Mahagathbandhan, need to be brought back into the fold.
The Grand Alliance scored a thumping victory against BJP in Bihar and Congress won 27 seats, a huge boost from the four it had won in 2010 polls in the state.
Lalganj police open fired at the crowd killing a 19-year-old boy Rakesh and another boy, Vikas (16), suffered bullet injuries.
Emerging from Raj Bhawan after about a 45 minute meeting, he said all the three parties of the alliance – JD(U), RJD and Congress would be part of his new cabinet.
Count of Muslim members rises from 19 to 24, RJD has half of grand alliance’s 22, BJP has 1.
Lalu has already announced he will visit Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s constituency of Varanasi, UP, next month to “expose the reality” of what change has happened after Modi’s 2014 Lok Sabha victory.
The BJP’s allies, who fared worse than the major partner, too suffered because of independents.
Choubey said Lalu Prasad always wanted to rake up the issue of caste.
To cut a long story short, nothing worked for the BJP because none in the party had the courage to open their mouth and tell the emperor that he had left his clothes behind.