Maha Jungle Raj in Bihar, says BJP

PTIUpdated: Friday, May 31, 2019, 03:26 PM IST
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New Delhi: With the killing of a journalist in Siwan in Bihar, BJP on Friday attacked Nitish Kumar for the deteriorating law and order situation in the state which it dubbed as “maha jungle raj”. BJP Spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain said while the chief minister was visiting Benaras, the people of the state were migrating out from the state as criminals were “ruling the roost.”

He also described the killing of a journalist in Siwan as an “attack on the fourth pillar of democracy”. “CM Nitish Kumar…is moving around in Benaras and even journalists are not being spared in Bihar. Law and order situation in Bihar has turned so bad that people are migrating out. It is not ‘jungle raj’ but ‘maha jungle raj’,” he said. The BJP leader said 11 crore people of Bihar had elected Nitish Kumar as their chief minister with the hope of orderly rule in the state where lives of everyone were protected but the state has become full of crime instead.-PTI

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