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Nitish allies question liquor ban, RJD targets BJP for weakening JD(U) #IndiaNEWS #National
By Ajay KumarPatna, July 31 (IANS) Liquor ban is one of the ambitious programmes of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar with the mission to target the women voters. However, several hooch tragedies in the state seem to have made things difficult for the ruling party.
The state government has never given the official death figures in the hooch tragedies, but sources say that it has reached above four figure mark. This is the reason why not only the opposition but its alliance partners are also questioning the ill-implementation of the law.
In many public events, Nitish Kumar said that the decision of liquor ban was taken after several complaints by women whose husbands were involved in domestic violence in drunken state.
The liquor ban was imposed in Bihar in April 2016 and its misuse was also visible on ground soon after. The alliance partners BJP and Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) have demanded a review and amendment of the law, however, for Nitish Kumar it has turned into a question of prestige.
RJD leader and state spokesperson Chitranjan Gagan blamed the BJP for the failure of liquor ban in Bihar.
If we remember, when the liquor prohibition Act came into effect in Bihar, Mahagathbandhan was ruling the state and Nitish Kumar was the chief minister. We have supported him in the preparation and implementation of its execution on the ground. It was running smoothly when RJD was in power. Then Nitish Kumar shifted from the alliance and joined the BJP to form the government in Bihar, Gagan told IANS.
The situation started to change from there on and hooch tragedies started taking place in Bihar. BJP has real Chal, Charitra and Chehra to stay in the alliance to make its partner weak like what the termites do to the wood. Making an alliance with the BJP has a great consequences. See what has happened to the Shiv Sena and Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD). Nitish Kumar came late in 1996 with the BJP while the Shiv Sena and SAD are the oldest allies but what happened to them. They are completely destroyed. BJP has the policy to make alliances with regional political parties and make them weak while staying in power, Gagan said.
Now, it is visible on ground when the BJP did the Prawas programme in 200 Assembly constituencies in Bihar. Its state co-in-charge Harish Dwivedi also said that his party will do the same in all 243 Assembly seats. The message is loud and clear for the JD(U) that the BJP is not taking care of JD(U) and wants to go alone in the 2024 Lok Sabha election. The result of Lok Sabha election will further decide its future planning for the 2025 assembly election, Gagan said.
The BJP has already announced that its alliance with JD(U) will remain till 2025, which clearly indicates that the former wants to stay in power for the crucial 2024 Lok Sabha election and use the government machinery in its favour.


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