During the Governor’s address to the Bihar Assembly Chief Minister Nitish Kumar (CM Nitish Kumar) was seen in his blood. Nitish, who usually lost his temper, said in his speech when the Leader of the Opposition Tejashwi Yadav (Tejashwi Yadav) in the Vajpayee government discussed the era of the Union Minister, then lived in the lap. Then Nitish Kumar repeated that we In the beginning of his speech, Nitish told Tejashwi Yadav and other young legislators that the new generation people have won and feels good and then said about themselves that we will not work for an unlimited time. And if you listen to me then you and the new generation will benefit.
On the FIR against journalists, Nitish Kumar said, this is not true, yet we…
@NitishKumar Today in Bihar Legislative Assembly @yadavtejashwiOn referring to some incident before 2005, he said that you were in the lap and then said that we have not been adopted.@ndtvindia@Suparna_Singh@Anurag_DwaryIn the same way, there are many more. pic.twitter.com/uAL3WiTe3J
– manish (@manishndtv) February 23, 2021
Nitish also responded in detail to the criticism in the speech of Tejashwi Yadav and other opposition members. On the treatment of his government and especially all his party members and family members in Patna AIIMS during the Corona period, Nitish Kumar said that he is not an institution abroad and there was a better treatment system, so people were giving him more priority. He said in the field of electricity that now the Central Government is also implementing the pre-paid scheme of Bihar.
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He said that in the meeting of NITI Aayog recently, he has requested the Central Government to provide electricity at “One Nation, One Rate”. By the way, in his speech Nitish Kumar made it clear that the time limit to buy paddy will not be extended anymore. The Chief Minister said that this year, more than 3.5 million tonnes of paddy has been purchased so far, which is a record. The opposition members left the house, boycotting Nitish’s speech.