PATNA: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Tejashwi Yadav on Wednesday demanded an apology from Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar following a ruckus within the state meeting over the Bihar Special Armed Police Bill 2021. He additionally threatened to boycott the remaining meeting periods within the tenure of the present authorities if Kumar would not challenge an apology for a similar.
Terming the Bihar Chief Minister as “Nirlajj Kumar Ji”, Tejashwi stated, “Nitish Kumar Ji ought to know that governments change. MLAs had been abused and crushed contained in the meeting yesterday.”
“If Nitish Kumar doesn’t apologise for the incident, we could boycott the meeting for the remaining tenure. ‘Nirlaj Kumar Ji’ has misplaced all disgrace,” he added.
Meanwhile, an FIR has been registered in opposition to Tejashwi and his brother Tej Pratap Yadav, together with a number of unnamed occasion employees, for the protest they carried out on Tuesday in opposition to the Bihar Special Armed Police Bill 2021. Police resorted to baton- cost and had additionally used water cannons to preserve the state of affairs.
On Tuesday night, the meeting session witnessed a number of adjournments because the RJD leaders shouted slogans in opposition to the invoice. After just a few Opposition leaders prevented Speaker Vijay Kumar Sinha from leaving his chamber, police personnel reached the meeting premises to evict the MLAs. Women MLAs of the Opposition had been carried out of the meeting constructing by girls safety personnel.
RJD chief Jagdanand Singh additionally condemned the incident and stated: “The ruling authorities in Bihar has made ‘mockery’ of Bihar.”
RJD claims that that the Bihar Special Armed Police Bill implies that search might be performed and not using a warrant and “any policemen can arrest if he believes one thing is flawed”.