Bihar: BJP brings up livestock smuggling and infiltration concerns in Seemanchal

Senior Bihar BJP leaders raked up Bangladeshi repression, cattle smuggling, and sleeper cell . They were speaking at a Jan Bhavna rally that was followed by Union home minister Amit Shah .

PURNIA (PURNIA) — Senior Bihar BJP leaders raked up Bangladeshi repression, cattle smuggling, and the sleeper cell, among other issues in the state's Seemanchal region on Friday.They were speaking at a Jan Bhavna rally that was followed by Union home minister Amit Shah.After CM Nitish Kumar shook ties with BJP in August and joined hands with RJD, Congress, and the Left, the state BJP leaders launched a frontal attack on Nitish and RJD leader Lalu Prasad over dynasty politics and increase in crime.According to them, the state was headed towards jungleraj (lawlessness).

According to him, the average growth rate of the Muslim population in the Old Purnia district (after the delimitation in 1956), 10% in Katihar (1961-2011), and 8% in Araria was 15.81% between 1951 and 2011.Tarkishore Prasad, a former Bihar deputy governor and the BJP MLA from Katihar in the same region, said: Three main reasons for the Seemanchal region's underdevelopment include: infiltration, cattle smuggling, and an underdeveloped population.I still remember when Bhartiya Yuva Janata Morcha had established a human chain to protest infiltration in this area.According to him, the PFI and other similar groups are also contributing to instability in the area.

Nityanand Rai, the minister of state for home affairs, urged the Nitish Kumar government to provide local assistance in reducing infiltration in Seemanchal.Infiltration is one of the major challenges in the Seemanchal zone.Though the NDA, led by Narrendra Modi, took power at the centre, it was slashed dramatically.Despite that, I am urging the Bihar government to provide the support it needs to reduce it further.

Bangladeshi infiltrators will be completely eliminated from Seemanchal, according to Union Minister Giriraj Singh.Former state mines minister Janak Ram raided the subject of multiple marriages and said, Marriage for the fourth or fifth time is against the Constitution, he said.Bihar seems to have entered Jungleraaj part-3 with an increasing number of assaults, murders, and loots every day, according to former deputy CM Renu Devi.According to her, a nine-year-old child was assaulted in Jandaha, and police were not even able to file a lawsuit about the assault.

Every day, girls are assaulted.Nitish used to be enraged when we asked him about such matters.He has joined a nonviolent group that does not pay attention to crime at all, he said.Nand Kishor Yadav, a BJP Patna Sahib MLA, mocked rumors that CM Nitish Kumar will be the prime ministerial nominee.

But, Narendra Modi is already there, he said.