Why Nitish Kumar government’s legal system is the weakest link?


The station manager of Indigo Airlines was killed in Patna and on the other hand, a silent deaf woman was raped by criminals in Madhubani.

The criminals of Bihar are no longer afraid of the police. You could also say that the police are not afraid of criminals. For example Two recent events On the one hand, when the station manager of Indigo Airlines in the capital Patna Rupesh Kumar Outside their apartment Dead shot dead And on the other hand, a silent deaf woman was raped in Madhubani and the perpetrators opened her eyes. After the two incidents, excitement has spread across the state, especially since the Patna incident. The tweets of the ruling coalition, BJP (BJP) leaders are going to hit Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. BJP leaders have said that if the state police is not able to investigate the matter, then the CBI should investigate the matter. Police claim it is close to the perpetrators. But the truth is, Nitish’s supporters or opponents, they all believe that your life is alive now, because the Bihar police are not ready, but you are not their target.

The question, however, is why and how criminals dominate police members. One of the reasons for this is that in recent years, especially after Nitish Kumar’s decision to ban alcohol, the government has now downgraded it because even after the ban, a parallel economic system is in place to protect criminals. Secondly, after coming to power, Nitish Kumar may review the legal system one after the other five times, but the top-down officials appointed by him are not willing to implement the decision at this meeting. This is an example of Nitish Kumar’s order for patrolling in the first instance. If there had been a strict patrol in the capital Patna, the criminals with weapons would not have left without waiting in front of the apartment.

Fifty years ago, when Nitish Kumar came to power, he focused on punishing the culprits, which led to the investigation of criminal cases and the filing of indictments. However, Home Minister Nitish Kumar has repeatedly claimed that he has formed a separate team in each police station to investigate, but the effect has not been seen. Apart from these, the orders that Nitish has ordered are not observed, whether they are enforced or not.



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He has deployed police forces in most parts of the state to curb the alcohol ban. But top police officials themselves believe that the liquor ban has given the Bihar police a treasure house to make money from, then arresting criminals is no longer a priority. Although Nitish Kumar knows that he has gone so far as to show the NCRB’s figures in response to criticism from the opposition, his ally in power is now vocal on the issue, not just the meeting.


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