He also announced Rs 5 lakh compensation to the victim’s family.
Manjhi said the constituent parties have freedom to discuss such issues within its own organisation.
The CM asked the district administration to carry out a speedy trial of the accused persons to bring them to justice.
The editorial in the Organiser calls for changing mindsets and attitudes to get rid of pessimism and prejudice.
Villagers accuse Manjhi of playing Dalit politics with an eye on elections.
CM Manjhi assured that those interested in investing in medical field would be provided all sorts of facilities.
Classes at the varsity started September 1 with 15 students and half-a-dozen faculty members.
The university will have seven schools for postgraduate and doctorate students by its scheduled completion in 2020.
He also used the opportunity to once again defend senior JD(U) leader and former chief minister Nitish Kumar.
The role of the state health society officials was also under scanner in the purchase of medicines.
Manjhi also pointed out that 90 per cent of govt school teachers send their children to private schools for education.
CM said that he did not mind such activities as the traders do to sustain their families and educate their children.
“The Modi government ignored our legitimate demand for special status or special package,” said Manjhi.
State govt had drawn flak of the Patna HC two days back for accumulation of rainwater in major localities since August 13.
Naxalism cannot be solved with the help of gun. We have to find the underlying reasons behind it. The only solution lies in all-round development of society,” Manjhi said.