PATNA: The main opposition Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) has charged the ruling Nitish Kumar government in Bihar with backing out of its pre-poll promises.
The top leadership of the party made this allegation at the two-day state working committee of the party which began in Siwan on Saturday.
“Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar has played cruel joke with the masses. He got power by making rosy promises on the eve of polls but forgot them once getting the throne,” former deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi alleged.
He said the BJP will remind the chief minister of his pre-poll promises and expose him among the general masses.
He also alleged Bihar was fast moving towards anarchy as the government has no plan to rein in shooting crime graph, forcing the general masses to migrate to other states.
State BJP president Nityanand Rai was even more vituperative in his attack on the chief minister and charged him with cheating the masses.
“He made scores of poll promises to the voters but post victory, he has forgotten all,” Rai alleged adding the chief minister was showing no concern for the fast deteriorating law and order situation in the state.
“The law and order situation has touched its nadir in the state but the chief minister has been living in other world. He has lost his track after walking in the company of RJD and Congress,” he alleged.
He alleged previously the general masses were migrating to other sates in search of livelihood but now they are fleeing Bihar owing to alarming law and order situation in the state.
The party leadership chose Siwan to hold meeting this time as part of its symbolic move to raise the issue of the law and order situation.
Siwan, the home district incarcerated RJD politician Mohammad Shahabuddin, has been infamous for crime.
The JD-U trashed allegations of the BJP saying the chief minister has lived up to his pre-poll commitments, and implemented quite many promises of his seven resolves, such as enforcing alcohol ban and Bihar Public Grievance Redressal Act barely within a year of coming to power.
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