Law Kumar Mishra
Patna:  The two-day meeting of  state executive committee of BJP concluded here on Saturday with the party in its political resolution alleging Bihar was turning into a safe passage for the terrorists from Nepal border. The political resolution moved by former state party president Nand Kishore Yadav claimed the state police was inefficient and CM Nitish Kumar was not taking interest in governance.
The meeting, held at Polo Road residence of former deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi, was attended by all union ministers of BJP from Bihar, general secretary incharge, Bihar,  Bhupinder Yadav and organising secretary Saudan Singh. The party earlier held meeting of the office-bearers at its state headquarters.
The resolution said Nepal route was being used by terrorists from Bangladesh and Pakistan to enter Bihar but the CM was more interested in preventing entry of liquor bottles only. ” The CM is not taking interest in governance as the state has been able to spend only 20 % of the state’s plan size of Rs 71,000 crore so far. Criminals are have total freedom,” the political resolution said.
According to the resolution, it was on the instructions of the chief minister that the state lawyers did not oppose the bail plea of RJD MLA Raj Ballabh yadav who was charged with raping a minor girl. His driver, who had taken the girl to the lawmaker was denied bail but Yadav got it, the resolution said. About release of RJD vice-president  Mohammad Shahbuddin on bail in August last, the resolution said, “It confirmed the criminal -poltician nexus.” The state government is providing protection to the criminals, it said.
The political resolution charged the state government with failure in providing relief to the flood affected people and also accused Nitish Kumar of indulging in his publicity by introducing liquor ban and moving all over the country on this issue only.
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