Bihar CM Nitish Kumar furious when asked questions on Murder Case – ‘Whom do you support?’


Nitish Kumar is under pressure over the incident of the murder of the manager of Indigo airline, just 2 km from the Chief Minister’s residence, the effect of which was reflected in his anger on the media on Friday.

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar got angry on journalists on Friday when he was being asked questions on the killing of an Indigo airline official on Tuesday. Nitish Kumar described the questions being raised about this incident, which took place just 2 kilometers from his residence, as ‘wrong and unfair’. He expressed his displeasure at the journalists and said, ‘Please tell the police if you have evidence.’

Nitish Kumar was arriving at an event on Friday, where he was asked questions on the killing of Rupesh Kumar Singh, the manager of Indigo on Tuesday. On this, Nitish Kumar said angrily- ‘Your questions are completely wrong, unfair.’ Please tell that Rupesh Singh was present in his SUV outside the gate of his house at the time of the incident when he was shot and killed by two bike riders. This incident is just 2 km away from the Chief Minister’s residence, due to this, serious questions are being raised about the law and order in Nitish Kumar’s government.

Nitish Kumar said flaringly, ‘Don’t call it a crime, a murder has taken place. There is always a reason behind the murder. We have to see the reason for the murder first. Police is investigating this. The Chief Minister further said, ‘If you have any evidence, please tell me … Don’t discourage the police like this. What used to happen before 2005? Before that how much crime was done, how much violence used to happen

Taking aim at Lalu Prasad Yadav and Rabri Devi, who had been in power in 1990, he further said, ‘You are so great. Who are you supporting? I am asking you directly. How much crime was done under the husband and wife. Why don’t you highlight him? ‘ Nitish lashed out at the journalists and said that he would definitely call the police chief and say that he should take input directly from the journalists regarding the murder incident.

When the reporters said that the police chief picked up their calls very little, Nitish Kumar later allegedly talked to them and asked them to pick up the phones of the reporters.

Opposition leader Tejashwi Yadav immediately reacted to this anger of Nitish Kumar and tweeted that Nitish Kumar has surrendered before the criminals. He wrote, ‘Unfortunate breaking news: – Chief Minister Nitish Kumar raised his hand in front of criminals. Said, “No One Can Stop Crime!” Crimes were also committed during the Harappan period. Just compare. On the contrary, asking the journalists, do you know who the culprit is and why they commit crime?

Let us know that Nitish Kumar, who came to power for the fourth consecutive time in Bihar, is facing pressure not only from the opposition party, but also from his ally BJP. BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP Gopal Narayan Singh even said that Nitish Kumar has no control over the law and order of the state. He said that the government of his cooperation is running in the state, but it is necessary to say this for the good of the state.