Nitish's promise to make Bihar 'crime free' falls flat: BPCC
Patna, Feb 23 (UNI) The Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee (BPCC) today described the three month rule of Nitish government as total ''misgovernance'' .
He alleged that with 398 killings and 131 abductions the NDAs promise to make Bihar crime free state within three months of coming to power has fallen flat.
BPCC Chief Spokesperson Prem Chandra Mishra told newspersons here that the Nitish government which had promised to make Bihar a 'crime- free' state within three months of coming to power had miserably failed to establish either rule of law or good governance.
Releasing details of the crime list, recorded during the past three months, Mr Mishra said the spurt in crimes indicated Nitish government's ''inefficiency''. The incidents of crime recorded during Nitishs regime had surpassed records of all previous governments, he said and asked Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to publicly appologise for his failures.
He, however, assured that the Congress would extend support to the government in improving law and order situation in the state and suggested for holding all party meet for the purpose and for an overall development of the state.
Mr Mishra threatened to launch mass movement if the government failed to improve the law and order situation of the state.
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