Authorities in Bihar unbridled: Tejashwi

The leader of the opposition, Tejashwi Prasad Yadav, has alleged that the authorities in Bihar are over their head and unbridled. “When an IAS officer treated me like this, how would it be with the common people? Officials are stopping those who sit in support of their legitimate demands”, said Tejashwi.

Talking to reporters, Tejashwi said on the dispute between the security personnel and the secretariat policemen, that the complainants were stopped outside our residence. People come to us from every corner of the state. When the government does not listen, people will come to the opposition. But, time and again, the police is preventing people from coming here. It seems as if the police headquarters is patrolling only on 10 Circular Road. It is not even patrolling for the safety of common people on the road. Patna Police has asked for a list of all security personnel.

On the human chain to be made from 12 PM to 1 PM on January 30, Tejashwi said that this chain will be made till the panchayat level. For this, a letter has been sent to all the party MLAs, MPs, Legislative Councilors, and party officials. All the leaders of the party will inspire farmers and laborers of the agriculture sector for seven days from January 24 and motivate them to join the human chain. He further insisted that Tejashwi and his party will play the role of strong opposition in Bihar.

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Aamir Khan

Aamir Khan is a student at the Centre for Chinese and South-east Asian Studies, JNU, New Delhi. He also works with Hasratein- a Delhi based queer collective. The current area of his academic interest lies in the study of the Chinese language and society.