The Nitish government took a big decision on Panchayati Raj, which will no longer be held on a party basis in the panchayat elections in Bihar. Briefing reporters about the schemes and achievements of the Panchayati Raj Department, Departmental Minister Kapil dev Kamat and Principal Secretary Amrit Lal Meena disclosed this. He further said that the government does not have any idea at present to conduct elections to the three-tier Panchayati Raj system in Bihar on a party basis. Let us know the full details
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In his statement, Principal Secretary Amrit Lal Meena said that the focus of the government is to ensure that the benefits of the government's schemes reach the people through the Panchayati Raj system and therefore it was also decided to conduct an audit of the development schemes being undertaken by the Panchayati Raj Department.
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For your information, there has been a demand for holding Panchayat elections on party basis for many years. In 2017, Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi had also said that the government would step up and talk to other parties. However, after the state government's decision, the opposition is attacking the issue.
The RJD has slammed the government's decision as unfortunate and said the panchayat elections should be held on party basis. On the other hand, party spokesperson Vijay Prakash said that the government is arrogant to hold the elections on party grounds if it is caught. All the reality will come before the public.
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