CPI stage dharna to protest rising crimes
Patna, May 10 (UNI) Bihar CPI today staged a dharna here to protest the Nitish Kumar government's alleged failure to check rising criminal incidents in the state.
Addressing party workers at the dharna site, state CPI secretary Badri Narain Lal alleged that the NDA government had failed to fulfill its pre-poll promises of containing criminal activities in the state even after three months of coming to power.
He said the law and order situation has reached its nadir as even the brother of IPS officer was killed in Danapur locality of the state capital recently.
He said no one was feeling secure in the present regime adding that the NDA government was even worse than the former Lalu-Rabri regime. Under the NDA rule even jails, banks and government offices were not safe, he added.
Mr Lal asked the state government to convene an all party meeting to seek suggestion of the opposition on ways to check crimininal activities in Bihar.
CPI MLC Usha Sahni alleged that a party worker Rakesh Prasad was killed by anti-socials at Islampur locality of Naland district. She alleged workers of the opposition parties were being ''selectively'' killed under the present regime.
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