PATNA/MUNGER: BJP nowadays raised in the Bihar Assembly the problem of damage brought on to a statue of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay in Munger, stating the incident reflected a “slide” in the regulation and get scenario.
BJP’s Nitin Navin raised the matter in the Assembly through a Contacting Interest discover. Chief of the Opposition Prem Kumar and senior BJP chief Nand Kishore Yadav criticised the incident and demanded that rigid motion ought to be taken against those concerned in the incident to give a information to lawbreakers in the state. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was not existing in the Property when the problem arrived up.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Shrawan Kumar stated the condition federal government took cognisance of the make a difference and strict motion was getting taken. Unidentified miscreants, who have been part of a procession by users of a certain community, experienced in early hours of Friday partly ruined the statue of the Jan Sangh chief mounted at a roundabout in Munger town.
Senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi has alleged that the mischief mongers ruined the umbrella, spectacle and the title plate of the Jan Sangh leader. Meanwhile, Munger Superintendent of Law enforcement Barun Kumar Sinha these days stated a few folks associated in the incident have been recognized and efforts have been on to arrest them.
He denied that the spectacle was missing from the statue and stated the destroyed umbrella would be quickly changed. Prem Kumar said the incident reflected “slide” in the legislation and order predicament under the JD(U)-RJD-Congress coalition authorities.
Former Chief Minister and chief of Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM), an ally of BJP, also attacked the Nitish Kumar govt above the legislation and order problem. “Several legal incidents including kidnapping threat to physicians and other individuals every day indicated return of kidnapping as an industry in the state,” Manjhi told reporters outside the Assembly.