Bihar Election: Locals heckled Minister Maheshwar Hazari in Samastipur, asked to return

Planning and Development Minister Maheshwar Hazari was heckled by locals in Samastipur, Bihar when he went there asking for votes. Hazari was heckled and was asked to go back. The locals asked him where had he been for the last 10 years? The locals heckled the minister in his own constituency.

According to the local residents of Samastipur, Minister Maheshwar Hazari has not been looking after the constituency properly. He was blocked by the locals and asked to go back. The locals said he would not get any votes as the minister has not worked for their development for 10 years.

RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav attacked the Nitish government after uploading the video on Twitter, saying, “Maheshwar Hazari, a minister of Bihar government and has been MLA from Kalyanpur assembly constituency for 10 years. The locals forced the minister out of the village saying that if there is no road there will be no vote. Nitish Kumar’s development on paper has been exposed. Whether it is encephalitis water logging, flood, drought, the corona”, reports National Herald.

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