"Sensational murders of engineers in Bihar recently have proved that law and order is not good in the state", said Singh.

Expressing concern over spurt in crime, Singh, who is vice-president of RJD, said it was the responsibility of the state government to maintain law and order.
Singh, who is a former Union minister, said, "Nitish Kumar, who is sitting on the driver's seat of the government, should initiate stern measures to check further slide".
He said the RJD "is sitting on the back seat and its prime duty of man on the wheel to drive the vehicle (coalition government) safely".
In a comment which may not go down well with ally JD(U), Singh said, "JD(U) people are in the habit of hearing jay kaar' (hailing words) which they should end and take strong measures to rein in crime causing disturbance to people".

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