Patna, Jun 20 (UNI) Senior Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader and Maharashtra Public Engineering Department Minister Chagan Bhujbal today dubbed the Nitish Kumar led-Bihar government as a big ''failure'' and said the law and order situation in the state was in shambles.
Addressing state level NCP workers meet here, Mr Bhujbal said the Bihar CM had promised to improve the law and order condition of the state within three months of coming to power, but failed to keep his vow.
He said the upright and honest people were being ignored and leader like Upendra Kushwaha were left with no option other than to quit his old house, JD(U).
Mr Kushwaha was utilised to get political mileage, but was later shown the doors, he added.
Meanwhile, NCP National general secretary Tariq Anwar lambasted the Nitish Kumar government for its failures in improving the law and order situation.
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