‘Perhaps gone to watch Cricket World Cup’: RJD on Tejashwi missing in Bihar

RJD pioneer Raghuvansh Prasad Singh on Wednesday said that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar ought to leave from his post on good grounds over the demise of more than 100 youngsters Muzaffarpur because of Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES).

“The person who has the directing in his grasp, shouldn’t he run the vehicle appropriately? The controlling is in Chief Minister’s hands. At that point who else will be considered in charge of this. He (Nitish Kumar) should himself leave based on ethical quality. Since numerous years, they couldn’t discover a fix to this ailment and keep up the medical clinics. Additionally, they didn’t satisfy whatever they guaranteed,” Singh told ANI here.

“The state government is in charge of this. Since last 15-20 years, kids have been passing on along these lines. Be that as it may, who observes the passings in provincial regions? Around 300-400 youngsters have passed on there. Furthermore, consistently pros come here however it has not been found at this point why this illness is breaking out. Someone said it is a direct result of litchi natural product, while the other said it is a result of warmth wave,” he included.

Singh scrutinized the offices gave at SKMCH to patients and stated, “There are no essential (offices) gave in medical clinic… SKMCH is damnation. Individuals can’t stroll in the medical clinic without covering nose. No bed, no fans, no water… Specialists are carrying out their responsibilities according to the offices gave to them. They have kept three individuals on one bed. Around 200-250 patients are lying there on the floor. There can’t be (increasingly) dishonorable than the state government asserting that everything is okay.”

Gotten some information about RJD pioneer Tejashwi Yadav, Singh stated, “I don’t know precisely where he is. Perhaps he has gone to watch the World Cup. I don’t know about it.”

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