Unruly group at social reform conference in Muzaffarpur annoys Nitish



PATMA:  Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar shed his awesome once more at a Samajik Sudhar Abhiyan (social reform drive) in Muzaffarpur on Wednesday. He  asked individuals not ready to pay attention to him to leave the place.

The place was MIT university. There were individuals making sounds when Nitish began discussing activity required to inspect alcohol contraband.

Some individuals attempted to go into the secured location to turn over their requests to the chief minister, that was dealing with the event.

An annoyed Nitish inquired to leave quickly. “Jo sunna nahi chahte hain, ya jinka samajik sudhar se koi saorkar nahi hain, yahan se chale jayen (those who don’t want to listen or are not concerned about social reforms, leave immediately,),” the chief minister claimed.

This motivated Muzaffarpur Senior Superintendent of Police Jayant Kant to calm the activists, that were determined on satisfying the chief minister.

The scenario was brought in control after treatment of elderly authorities.

Nitish stated that 75,300 raids had actually been performed, 1,13,70 instances were signed up, 13,000 individuals were apprehended and also greater than 3.24 lakh litres of alcohol were taken.

At a comparable conference in Rohtas previously, Nitish had actually claimed those that desired to consume alcohol ought to prevent checking out Bihar, a state with full restriction on intake of alcohol.

Taking a swipe at Nitish’s statements, elderly RJD leader and also MLA from Maner, Bhai Birendra claimed, “Aaj kal Nitish ji ko kuchh jyada hi gussa aa raha hai (Nitish becomes angry quite often these days).”