Patna: In Bihar, those who make controversial remarks against any leader, officer, MP, or MLA on social media will now be tightened. Politics has also begun on the Nitish government's decision. Thereafter, RJD leader and former deputy CM Ratan Yadav has challenged Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and said, "Now arrest".
In a tweet, he challenged CM Nitish Kumar and wrote, "Nitish Kumar, the creator of 60 scams, is the weak head of the corrupt, the conservationist of the unfortunate criminals, the immoral and the illegal government. Bihar police sell liquor. Protects the culprits and traps the innocents. Chief Minister challenges 'now do arrest me' under this order. In another tweet, Tejashwi wrote, "Nitish Kumar is walking on the footsteps of Hitler.''
NDA constituent party leader Jitan Ram Manjhi has come to the rescue of the order. The national president of the Hindustani Awam Morcha (US) and former CM Jitan Ram Manjhi defended the order and said that through social media, many rioting elements, organizations, are on the rise to end mutual brotherhood in the society, which is resulting in the payment of all. If the government is taking action on such elements, why is the opposition feeling so scared? Is it not that the same people are making riots by posting objectionable posts on social media?