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Bodhgaya blasts: Sushil Kumar Modi begins fast,mounts all out attack against Nitish

Modi was deputy CM in Nitish Kumar govt for over seven years before JD(U) parted ways with NDA.

Written by PTI | Patna |
July 8, 2013 1:49:40 pm

Mounting an all out attack against the Nitish Kumar government,senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi today began a 24-hour fast in the state capital to protest against the serial blasts in Bodhgaya “due to security lapses” and the police firing in Bagaha.

Accompanied by Bihar BJP president Mangal Pandey and other leaders,Modi began his fast outside the Sri Krishna Memorial hall near Gandhi Maidan police station.

Speaking on the occasion,he lambasted the state government for police firing in Bagaha in which six Tharu tribal people were killed last month.

He also accused the government of adopting “insensitive attitude” towards the victims by failing to provide Rs 10 lakh compensation to kins of victim as demanded by the BJP.

Modi,who was the deputy chief minister in the Nitish Kumar government for over seven years before JD(U) parted ways with the BJP-led NDA over Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s elevation as the BJP’s poll campaign panel chief,also assailed the state government for its failure to prevent the terror attack in Bodhgaya yesterday.

Had the state government paid heed to the intelligence tip off and enhanced security at the Mahabodhi temple and adjoining areas,yesterday’s serials blasts in the temple town could have been prevented,he said.

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