Patna: Taking potshots at Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, RJD leader Shivanand Tiwari said on Tuesday that Shah could learn from Kumar about monitoring the country's international borders and thwarting terrorists' anti-national actions.
It is to be noted that Nitish Kumar is also in charge of the state's Home ministry. Despite the liquor restriction, Tiwari claims that home delivery is readily available in every city and town in the state. As Nitish Kumar works to make the booze ban in Bihar a success, his government has launched drone surveillance to disrupt the activities of the liquor mafia who supply liquor to people's homes in the state.
B. Kartikeya Dhanji, the state Excise Commissioner, issued a notification in this regard. He stated that the agency has issued a tender for the purchase of drones to monitor the activities of the state's booze mafia. He stated that the drone facility would be available in all of the state's districts soon. The way Bihar's Home Minister is coming up with fresh strategies to combat the state's liquor mafia, Amit Shah should take a page from his book and apply it to international borders to combat terrorists' anti-national activities," the RJD Vice President remarked.
Despite the ban, home delivery of booze is common in Bihar. To carry out their business, the mafia employs schoolchildren as delivery boys.