No one safe under NDA’s rule in Bihar: Lalu
Intensifying his attack on Bihar’s NDA government led by Nitish Kumar, RJD supremo Lalu Prasad alleged that there was 'complete breakdown' in law and order situation of the state and nobody felt secure and protected under the present regime.patna Updated: Jun 23, 2009 21:38 IST
Intensifying his attack on Bihar’s NDA government led by Nitish Kumar, RJD supremo Lalu Prasad on Tuesday alleged that there was “complete breakdown” in law and order situation of the state and nobody felt secure and protected under the present regime.
“There is a complete breakdown in law and order. We can rather say that there is no law and order worth the name prevailing in Bihar at present,” Prasad said while addressing a dharna organised by his party’s city unit to highlight law and order problems in the state.
Stating that the situation had reached such a stage that people were feeling insecured and living in fears, he alleged that murder, kidnapping and rape had become order of the day with police remaining “a mute spectator”.
“Neither public servants nor common people, including traders and members of business and trade community, besides the political activists are safe under Nitish’s rule,” he charged, apparently referring to the recent killing of his party activists in Patna and a few other districts and reports of a series of kidnapping for ransom that occurred in different districts.
He said the RJD would continue its fight seeking ouster of the NDA government to rid the people of the state of law and order problem, anarchy and chaos.