Patna, Dec.01: RJD on Thursday asked BJP to speak on Manipur before raising questions on law and order in Bihar.
The national spokesman and Rajya Sabha member of RJD, Manoj Jha, told media persons here that the BJP should speak on Manipur before raising questions on law and order in Bihar. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had not spoken even a single word about the situation in Manipur so far, he pointed out.
Jha said that the law and order situation was much better than any other BJP-ruled state in the country. Even the data of the National Crime Records Bureau proved this reality, he pointed out.
Jha said that Deputy Chief Minister Tejaswi Prasad Yadav had convened a meeting of state and national spokesman at his residence to discuss how to make people aware of the achievements of the Grand Alliance government headed by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in Bihar.
In the last year, the government had a number of achievements to its credit, but the BJP was trying to mislead the people, he added.
The RJD leader said that a large number of teacher recruitments had been made in Bihar, which had no parallel in the country.
No such large number of recruitments had been made in any BJP-ruled state and also by the Narendra Modi government at the center, he stressed.