Leaders from different parties soon to join JDS. -Haldar Kant Mishra, State President, JD(S)
Contractors and builders of metro cities are giving temptation to workers of Bihar because
there is no industry in Bihar
Brokers and mafia rule dominate Bihar
In the wake of upcoming Bihar assembly elections, political parties are engaged in campaigning. The medium of communication has become virtual in the Corona era. Meanwhile, Senior Vice President of Janata Dal (Secular) and Chairman of the All Party Coordination Committee, Mr. Lalit Singh, talking to the media, appeared to attack the Nitish Kumar’s government. He alleged that Jungle Raj Part-2 has been established in Bihar and the youth and farmers have been pushed to the margins.
“During the Monsoon Session of Parliament yesterday, the Central Government said that they have no data to know how many workers have died due to the lockdown. This is a very serious situation. When lakhs of workers were coming back to Bihar, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar had said that these workers are the ‘manpower (Shramshakti)’ of the country. According to the state government, skill mapping of more than 19 lakh workers was completed. Yet why did they not get jobs in Bihar? Today they are again facing an outbreak of migration. The contractors and builders of big cities are calling them Chennai, Hyderabad and Delhi by indigo and SpiceJet by luring them. “
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