With chief minister Nitish Kumar highlighting the achievements made by his governments during the last four years, chief opposition Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) alleged anarchy, chaos and corruption in the state.
Kumar announced to bring out reports card on the performance of his government on November 24 next.
After a meeting of party’s state executive chaired by its chief Lalu Prasad, RJD vice-president Raghuvansh Prasad Singh said that the meeting reviewed the works carried out by the state’s NDA government and found that them ‘far from satisfactory’.
“Complete anarchy, chaos have gripped the state… corruption prevailed in several centrally-sponsored schemes, including NREGA… even people from top to bottom are involved in it,” Singh said.”There is nothing tangible seen on the development front…and law and order situation has gradually deteriorated with criminals ruling the roosts,” the RJD leader said.
“We have decided to make public a chargesheet against the Nitish Kumar government highlighting its failure on all fronts,” he said.
All the centrally-sponsored welfare schemes had failed to take off in the state and the state government also miserably failed to reach relief to the flood-and-drought-hit people in Bihar, Singh alleged.
“There is extreme rise in activities of the naxalites. Loot, murder and kidnapping have become order of the days. Besides, there are reports of exodus of youths for jobs from Bihar,” he said.