As polling within the second part of Bihar election is underway, onions had been thrown at incumbent Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who was addressing a ballot rally in Madhubani whereas campaigning for upcoming part three scheduled for November 7. The chief minister was talking on the problem of employement when onions had been thrown at him, nonetheless, none hit him.
The Chief Minister continued talking and talked about, “Khub feko, khub feko, khube feko (keep throwing).” Though the safety personnel caught the one who threw onions at him, the chief minister requested guards to let him go.
Kumar was speaking on employment difficulty when onions got here flying at him on the rally in help of his social gathering nominee Sudhanshu Shekhar at Gangaur village floor in Harlakhi meeting constituency, however it missed the goal. The onions thrown from a distance fell earlier than reaching the stage. The safety personnel flung into motion and coated the CM, who continued along with his speech.
Resuming his speech, Kumar assured the folks that nobody should go outdoors Bihar “under compulsion” to search for jobs if he returns to energy as his future authorities will create extra employment alternatives within the state itself.
Lakhs of migrant employees have returend to their dwelling throughout COVID pandemic. Many of them have not returned to their earlier job locations.
Training his weapons on the RJD chief Tejashwi Yadav who has made promise of offering 10 lakh authorities jobs, Kumar requested “when they got the opportunity to serve the state for 15 years, they could just provide 95,000 jobs when Jharkhand was also part of the state for 10 years (till 2000) and we have given six lakh jobs to the people during our time.
This is not the first instance when Kumar had to face a hostile crowd at his rallies in course of campaigning.
At many places a section of the crowd disrupted his speech, on which Kumar lost his cool and chided them for “appearing on behalf of his political rivals” and telling them that nobody is bothered even if they dont vote for him.
A slipper was thrown at Kumar by protestors while he was going towards his helicopter after completing speech at an election meeting at Sakra in Muzaffarpur district On October 26, but it missed the target.
Police had taken four persons in custody on the charge of creating disturbances at the chief ministers rally. Similarly, Kumar lost his cool at an election rally at Parsa in Saran district on October 21 where he had gone to stump for his party candidate Chandrika Roy, father of Lalu Prasad’s elder son Tej Pratap Yadav’s estranged wife Aishwarya Rai.
Kumar lost temper when a section of the crowd chanted “Lalu Zindabad” in that rally and asked the protestors to stop it or leave the venue.
“Do not make such noise right here. If you don’t want to vote for us, dont do it,” Kumar had advised the slogan shouters.
(With inputs from PTI)