Patna, Jul 28 (UNI) Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today strongly condemned the Bangalore and Ahmedabad serial blasts but felt they were not targetted against the BJP-ruled states only.
In an informal chat with newspersons at his Assembly chamber here the Chief Minister urged the people to remain alert against such anti- national and subversive forces as, he felt, such terrorist activities could happen anywhere in the country.
Citing examples of several other serial bomb blasts in some Congress and BSP-ruled states and cities during the past few years, including those in Hyderabad, Varanasi and Mumbai, Mr Kumar said many innocent lives were also lost in those incidents.
He also stressed to maintain total harmony and brotherhood among all sections of people not only in Bihar but across the country and said everywhere the people gave befitting reply to the extremist forces by remaining calm and maintaining peace and harmony always.
They must not also be provoked by any alleged instigation from the terrorist outfit who were out to destroy the national fabric of India, the Chief Minister opined.
To a query about the absence of opposition leader Rabri Devi in the Bihar Assembly when the House was in session, Mr Kumar refused to make any comment.
Incidentally, like the previous days the Bihar Assembly witnessed uprorious scenes today once again forcing the Speaker to adjourn the House repeatedly without transacting serious businesses.
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