Patna: The good deal hyped excellent governance, and the rule of law of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was exposed in his domestic district, Nalanda, wherein a Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief was shot dead by unidentified criminals, and an assistant sub-inspector of police became shot and critically injured in an attack on police by a mob on January 1.
Both incidents are an instance of a spurt in crimes in Bihar over the previous couple of months. The nation has witnessed many killings in the past two months, particularly by business people, buyers, property dealers, and contractors. Chief Indal Paswan becomes shot useless close to Makra village when he goes to attend a social function in a nearby town. His frame recovered from a subject early Wednesday.
Angry over his killing, masses of nearby villagers protested on Wednesday.
Blocking roads and burning tires in Nalanda. Protesters raised slogans against the district police and the state government. Assistant Sub Inspector Akhilesh Kumar Singh, published at the Dipnagar police station, was shot. In contrast, a police group visited Mahanandpur village after learning about an alleged violent dispute among businesses from neighboring towns. A police automobile was also damaged by way of the mob.
The injured ASI was admitted to a hospital, where a bullet eliminated his frame. Nalanda Superintendent of Police Sudhir Kumar Porika informed Newsclick that four suspected people have been arrested in connection with the two incidents. “Police have initiated the research in both the cases. An action might be taken towards the accused,” he stated.
Interestingly, the two incidents happened within hours of Nitish Kumar’s going to his ancestral village, Kalyanbigha in Nalanda, wherein he paid floral tribute and respect to his mom on the event of her dying anniversary.
Ruling Janata Dal – United’s spokesperson Sanjay Singh downplayed the killing of the RJD leader and attacked the police, saying that the regulation guideline prevails in Bihar. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar can never compromise with the approach of law. The kingdom government’s policy is zero tolerance towards crimes,” Singh stated. However, reports of murders, rapes, lynchings, kidnappings, extortion, loot, and robberies are pouring in daily as human beings remain worried and fearful.
According to neighborhood Hindi dailies, a jewelry dealer was robbed for Rs 7 lakh in Vaishali district on Tuesday, even as any other jewelry dealer was shot and significantly injured in Sitamarhi district. An old guy was allegedly lynched by a mob on suspicion of cattle robbery in Araria district on Monday night. The video of the alleged crime was reportedly posted on social media. After the video went viral, local police took notice of this unreported incident on Tuesday.
A district police officer said that the victim became a crook and an accused in a case related to palms. However, he refused to divulge more information. In the viral video, the sufferer may be seen pleading for pardon and asking not to kill him. In Bihar, industrialists and business people demanded protection from the state government, given the killing of numerous business people. The national authorities have announced putting the Bihar Industrial Security Force on the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF).
According to reports, almost a dozen businessmen have been shot lifeless in wide sunlight hours in special parts of the kingdom. Today’s sufferer, a businessman, was allegedly gunned down in the Vaishali district last Sunday. Criminals also allegedly opened the fireplace in the Buxar district on Sunday to incite worry after business people refused to pay them radar (extortion) tax.