In Bihar, Leader of the Opposition and former Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav has expressed grief over the murder of Rupesh Kumar Singh, the manager of Indigo Airlines at Patna Airport and targeted the state’s Nitish Kumar government. He has said that only criminals are running the government in the state. Tejashwi tweeted, “The power-protected criminals shot airport manager Rupesh Kumar Singh in Patna with a bullet outside his residence. He was affable and friendly in nature. I am deeply saddened by his untimely death. Provide … now criminals are running the government in Bihar .. ”
Power-protected criminals killed airport manager Rupesh Kumar Singh outside his residence in Patna. He was affable and friendly. I am deeply saddened by his untimely death. May his soul rest in peace.
Now criminals are running the government in Bihar.
– Tejashwi Yadav (@yadavtejashwi) January 12, 2021
Rupesh Kumar Singh (38), who was returning to his home in Puneichak Mohalla of Shastri Nagar police station area of Patna, was shot dead by unknown criminals late on Tuesday evening. He was posted at Patna Airport of Indigo Airlines as a station head. Confirming the incident, Senior Superintendent of Police of Patna, Upendra Sharma said that the police is investigating from all aspects of the case. He told that after the incident, Rupesh was admitted to a private hospital for treatment but he succumbed there.
In Bihar, incidents of crime have increased in recent times. The opposition party has been circling the Nitish government on this issue. Recently, Tejashwi, while targeting the Nitish Kumar government on the rising crime and sharing the clipping of the news published in the newspapers, said that the more orgy the criminals will create in the state, the more the five Pandavas of Nitish Kumar will celebrate.
In Bihar in the year 2020 from January to September, 2406 murder, 1106 rape incidents have been recorded. According to the data of the State Crime Record Bureau, on an average, 9 murders and four rapes were happening every day in Bihar. In the new government, crime in the state is not taking a name.