JDU reacts after Giriraj Singh blames Niitsh govt for flood in Patna

05 Oct 2019 10:03 PM

JDU reacts after Giriraj Singh blames Niitsh govt for flood in Patna

Updated 05 Oct 2019 10:03 PM

After BJP leader and minister Giriraj Singh launched a scathing attack on Nitish Kumar over water logging in Patna, JDU's spokesperson Sanjay Singh has responded. he said, Hum Log Ke Liye Koi Matlab Nahi Giriraj Singh Ka. Heavy rainfall and waterlogged roads in Patna and its nearby regions have continued to halt the normal day-to-day life. Many of them were wading through chest-deep waters to reach their respective places. A child was also seen rowing the boat made of PVC pipe in Patliputra Colony.

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