Patna: LJP supremo Ramvilas Paswan on Sunday alleged that incidents of crime had doubled during the past six years of the NDA rule in Bihar and accused the state government of "unleashing jungle rule." Talking to reporters here, Paswan said "there has been steady rise in criminal incidents in Bihar which has just doubled during the Nitish's rule."

"It is virtually a rule of jungle in the name of good governance," he alleged and dubbed as "empty and misleading" promises made by the state government to "end fear, hunger, poverty and corruption."

Referring to the recent attack on Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's convoy by angry villagers at Chausa in Buxar district during 'seva yatra', Paswan said "it reflects people's growing indignation and anger against the style of functioning of the government."

"Now people have understood the fact that the seva yatra of Nitish Kumar is more misuse of government money and the CM is facing protests during his yatra everywhere in Bihar," Paswan alleged.

(Agencies)

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