WATCH: ‘Nitish Kumar is a thief, has eaten MNREGA money,’ slogans raised at Bihar CM’s rally
While Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was speaking from the stage, a person in the crowd started shouting loudly “Nitish Kumar is a thief, Nitish Kumar is a thief, he has eaten MNREGA money!”
The election campaign in Bihar is in full swing. All the important leaders including the state Chief Minister Nitish Kumar are busy in the election campaign. Meanwhile, on Monday, a public meeting of CM Nitish Kumar witnessed some uncomfortable scenes. Nitish Kumar was addressing a public meeting in Rafiganj area of
Aurangabad district of Bihar. While he was speaking from the stage, a person in the crowd started shouting loudly "Nitish Kumar is a thief, Nitish Kumar is a thief, he has eaten MNREGA money!"
The policemen and JDU supporters present there tried to silence the man. Due to which there was an uproar in the public meeting for some time. However, the person was soon taken out of the rally, after which the matter was settled. It is being told that the person who created commotion during the public meeting was angry at the alleged corruption in the MNREGA scheme implemented in the state.
He wanted to give some papers to CM Nitish Kumar but the JDU supporters did not let him speak. Subsequently, the person suddenly started shouting slogans. When the policemen tried to control the sloganeering, Nitish Kumar told them from the stage that if he wants to give the paper, then they should take them and talk quietly, amicably.
At the same time, during the public meeting, CM Nitish Kumar took a strong exception to the promise made by RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, in which Tejashwi promised to create 10 lakh jobs. Nitish said "some people are promising to give jobs without knowledge about how they will give so many jobs." Where will the money come from.? It should not happen that in the name of giving jobs, one starts one's own separate business!"
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