Patna, Aug 8 (UNI) In the wake of the non-teaching staff calling off their strike following intervention of the High Court, the RJD today alleged that it indicated total collapse of governance in the state and demanded resignation of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on moral grounds.
RJD general secretary-cum-spokesperson Shyam Rajak said here that the state government was not at all serious towards the indefinite strike, which continued for nearly two months, and the court finally had to step in to end the crisis.
The future of lakhs of students hanged in balance due to the attitude of Mr Kumar, he alleged saying an anarchy-like situation prevailed in the field of education.
He dubbed the NDA government as ''anti-people'' and said it had failed to implement the agreement, earlier reached with striking employees, even after conceding their demands in principle.
The education from primary to higher level was in a shambles, he alleged.
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