Former Deputy CM's statement on Bihar's Grand Alliance govt, know what he said?

Patna: Nitish Kumar has formed a government with the RJD by breaking the alliance with the BJP in Bihar. The BJP has attacked the newly formed Grand Alliance government in Bihar led by Nitish Kumar. The BJP has accused the grand alliance government of doing politics of appeasement of Muslims.

Union minister Giriraj Singh and Renu Devi, who was deputy chief minister in the Nitish Kumar government till a few days ago, tweeted a letter written by Director of Primary Education Department Ravi Prakash to all district education officers on August 10. Both the leaders have tweeted this letter and accused the grand alliance government of appeasement.

Through this letter, the Director of the Primary Education Department has sought information regarding the vacant posts of Urdu teachers in the state. He has also asked how many general teacher posts are sanctioned and how many teachers are working. How many posts are vacant? What is the number and percentage of the minority communities in the total teachers appointed? Giriraj Singh tweeted this letter and said that Nitish Kumar's government is surrounded. Giriraj Singh tweeted that no decision has been taken on Sanskrit but the decision on Urdu has come. Within 24 hours of the formation of the government, the politics of appeasement started. At the same time, former Deputy CM of Bihar Government Renu Devi also tweeted on this issue. He tweeted that no decision has come on Sanskrit in the new government but it has come on Urdu. The appeasement shop has opened.

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