Sushil Modi's Home Water Logged In 2018 too; Tejashwi Targets Nitish Govt

01 Oct 2019 10:45 AM

Sushil Modi's Home Water Logged In 2018 too; Tejashwi Targets Nitish Govt

Updated 01 Oct 2019 10:45 AM

Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav, here on Monday, took on Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for the flood-like situation in the state capital after the recent downpour.

Bihar was suffering from not a natural disaster, but the Nitish government-made calamity, he said and added, "We can say one-man invited calamity."

"After (mis)rule of 14 years can a Chief Minister, worth any shame, blame weather for complete absence of drainage system," Tejashwi said.

Tejasywi also demanded a white paper on expenditures made in the last 15 years in the name of urban development, sewerage system, drainage infrastructure & disaster management.

Criticising the ruling ally Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Tejashwi said, "The mayor of Patna, all 5 MLAs and 5 MPs (2 Lok Sabha and 3 Rajya Sabha) of/from Patna for the last 15 years are from the BJP. Whom it will blame for the situation in Patna." 

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