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Ramsurat Rai agreed? The bombs reached ‘Badke Sahib’ and ‘Chhotke Sahib’, just to talk alone!

Muzaffarpur:Minister Ramsurat Rai and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar are face to face. Similarly, Bihar Revenue and Land Reforms Minister CM Nitish Kumar is angry. Leaving the capital Patna, he is living in Muzaffarpur, the economic capital of Bihar. The Minister was so annoyed with a decision of the Chief Minister that he even postponed the decision to meet the people by holding a Lok Darbar. The news is that the minister is resting with his mobile off.

Amid the minister’s displeasure, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tarkishore Prasad called on him at his residence in Muzaffarpur. It is learned that the Deputy Chief Minister stayed there for about 35 minutes and spoke to him privately in a closed room. However, it was not known what issue was discussed between the two.

What is the whole matter
In fact, Bihar Revenue and Land Reforms Minister Ram Surat Rai on June 30 made major transfers, including more than 110 circle officers, settlement officers, consolidation officers and officers in charge. After several shortcomings in the transfer, the Chief Minister revoked the order in which the transfer was mentioned. Since then, there has been turmoil in Bihar politics. Once again, questions are being raised about the relationship between the JDU and the BJP.

It is said that many of those who were transferred have broken the rules. According to the rules, the circle officer is transferred after completing three years in the zone but this time the list also includes those who have not completed three years in a zone.

Ramsurat Rai was furious at CM Nitish
Speaking to reporters in Muzaffarpur on Saturday, Ramsurat Rai had said that it was foolish to run the department now. He said he would not listen to any complaints from the people. People will not bring courts. Ministers and MLAs have also been asked to approach Chief Minister Nitish Kumar if they have to work. Talking to reporters, Ramsurat Rai said that in a democracy, no position is baptized.


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