Stay within limits, BJP tells alliance partner JD-U – The New Indian Express

Through Express press service

PATNA: The rift between two major National Democratic Alliance (NDA) allies – BJP and JD-U – in Bihar is widening day by day with BJP Head of State Dr. Sanjay Jaiswal in a oblique reference to two senior JD-U officials, asking them to stay within bounds.

“Stop playing Twitter game (with Prime Minister) or 76 lakh of BJP employees in Bihar will respond,” Jaiswal said in his latest post on his social media account on Monday. Jaiswal didn’t stop there and added, “I’m sure you will be careful in the future.”

The BJP’s warning came in response to repeated request by senior JD-U officials, including National President Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan Singh and Chairman of the Party’s Parliamentary Council Upendra Kushwaha, to the President, Prime Minister and Union government to remove the Padma Shri from noted playwright Daya Prakash Sinha for the latter’s remarks against Emperor Ashoka.

Amid differences between the BJP and JD-U, Lok Janshakti (Ram Vilas) party leader Chirag Paswan has demanded the imposition of presidential power in Bihar following the deteriorating law and order situation public in the state. Speaking to the media, Chirag blamed CM Nitish Kumar for the deaths of 13 people in Nalanda due to the consumption of fake alcohol.

Government orders demolition of homes in disaster area

As the death toll in the hooch tragedy in Bihar’s Nalanda district rose to 14 on Monday, senior state government officials visited the affected villages to take stock of the situation. the situation.

The senior officials then ordered the district authorities to demolish 16 houses built on unauthorized land in the villages of Chhoti Pahari and Pahartalli.

A total of 500 dwellings were identified as built on encroached land. In addition, notices were posted on 64 houses asking residents to leave.