He also said that the failure to keep a check on the condition of the state-run service might have the minister "dropped" (from the government.)
    
"The BSNL's condition is not good as the call drops in mobile phones have become a routine thing...please look into the call drop issue," he said on the sidelines of Janata Durbar at his official residence.
    
"If the call drop problem festers it may so happen that you may be dropped (from the government)," Kumar said.
    
Criticising saffron party's frequent attacks on him, the CM said that going by the ferocity of the rival's attack, it was clear that the BJP leaders have become "intolerant."
    
"The BJP leaders cannot tolerate anything which they don't like and it was the reason behind the JD(U) breaking away from the erstwhile ally two years ago," the Chief Minister said.

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