Recently, after leaving the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party), JDU chief Nitish Kumar once again came to power in Bihar with the help of RJD and Congress. But since then, the discomfort of the Chief Minister of Bihar seems to be increasing continuously. Many leaders and ministers are currently joining the BJP due to the conflict within the party, and in the midst of this, the agriculture minister of the Nitish government spoke openly about corruption. Naturally, this incident created a sensation in the entire state.
- Agriculture Minister Sudhakar Singh made controversial comments at a party rally in Bihar’s Kaimur district yesterday. Admitting the corruption openly, he said, “There is no place in the agriculture department today, where corruption does not take place. I am the head of the agriculture department, so I am the chief of thieves. But there are many more in this case.”
- However, Sudhakar did not comment on who they are. After this speech of the Bihar Agriculture Minister, there was naturally noise everywhere.
- It should be noted that recently Nitish Kumar came to power in Bihar joining hands with RJD and Congress. Later, after becoming the Chief Minister, he appointed RJD MLA Sudhakar Singh as the State Agriculture Minister. However, it was later claimed by the BJP that Nitish joined RJD and Congress to save himself and the party from corruption. In the midst of this,
yesterday the controversial comments of the agriculture minister of the state made the speculation even more evident.
In this case, allegations of illegally selling government rice against Sudhakar Singh also surfaced in the past. This case of 2013 created sensation all over the state. Later, Nitish Kumar’s police even filed a case against Sudhakar Singh. However, how did Nitish Kumar appoint that leader as the agriculture minister in his cabinet, many question marks have already been raised.
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