Former Bihar Chief Minister and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) president Lalu Prasad Yadav on Friday took a swipe at Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar after the state was adjudged to be the worst performer within the NITI Aayog’s Sustainable Improvement Targets (SDG) index 2020-21.
“Nitish is stuffed with negativity. He closed down a number of well being centres opened throughout my tenure as Chief Minister of Bihar and transformed them into ghost homes and numerous college buildings have was garages. It is just due to this that Bihar has ranked the highest from the underside within the NITI Ayog report. The so-called double engine (authorities) has was hassle engine,” Lalu Parsad wrote in a tweet in Hindi.
Chief of Opposition Tejashwi Prasad Yadav hit out at Nitish Kumar.
“Bihar has been positioned on the backside for the third consecutive yr. This sums up the 16-year BJP-Nitish rule’s progress on paper,” Tejashwi tweeted.
Responding to Lalu and Tejashwi’s statements, Janata Dal (United) chief and spokesperson of the social gathering Rajeev Ranjan mentioned, “Nicely now Lalu Yadav is speaking on Niti Aayog. He forgot his tenure when individuals of India had been solely speaking concerning the crimes in Bihar.”
He added, “Sure, I settle for but when Bihar had particular standing then the scenario of Bihar would have been completely different and for this example of Bihar RJD and Congress are accountable.”
RJD senior chief Shivanand Tiwari reacting to the remarks mentioned “Jharkhand’s rating is best than Bihar as a result of Nitish did not do something for Bihar, no faculties, no trade, no roads so how will Bihar get higher rating.”
BJP chief and spokesperson Ajit Choudhary mentioned, “Now Lalu Yadav has no work to take action he’s giving pointless ‘gyan’. I feel he overlook his regime and when his uneducated spouse grew to become the Chief Minister of Bihar. What occurred at the moment?”
Within the newest index, launched on Thursday, Kerala retained the highest rank with a rating of 75, whereas Bihar was adjudged to be the worst-performing state with a rating of 52.