NEW DELHI - The All India Minority Front (AIMF) on Saturday said the Supreme Court has given a big jolt to the Nitish government’s “illegal activities” by ruling that status quo in the case related to demolition of centuries old Patna Collectorate complex.
Ahead of the Assembly elections in Bihar in October-November, the Chief Minister had on Wednesday inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of 29 buildings worth Rs 622.22 crore, including construction of a new structure for Patna Collectorate.
The party leader SM Asif in a statement said the Nitish government should resign and face the probe in various schemes inaugurated by the chief minister and the prime minister during the last few days.
Mr Asif said nothing has changed in Bihar in the last 15 years and added the Nitish government failure to take adequate measures in tackling the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic and the annual flood woes.
The AIMF chief also informed that people who have recently been appointed as Panchayat teachers are very angry over filling the date of joining September 1 for the facility of EPF in Bihar.
On this, he asked how long the state government has been fooling the innocent people of Bihar.