‘Jyotiraditya Scindia called Nitish 10 times, Bihar CM did not speak’


Patna: Union Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia called Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar several times. But even once the Chief Minister did not come on the phone to talk to the Union Minister. This claim was made by BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP Vivek Thakur. According to Vivek Thakur, the Union Civil Aviation Minister called the Bihar Chief Minister not once or twice, but a total of 10 times and was unable to speak even once.

Chief Minister Nitish is responsible for the backlog in airport matters
BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Vivek Thakur said that the most important link in the criteria of a progressive state is how many and which categories of airports there are in the state. Due to the narrow mindedness of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Bihar is lagging far behind in this direction as well. The state-of-the-art CAT 3 level international airport being built at Bihta and other airports being built in Bihar under the central government’s UDAN scheme are incomplete due to their lax attitude.

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Big allegations against Bihar CM
Vivek Thakur said that when he went to meet Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia in the context of Bihta airport and Udan project, he wondered how the development in Bihar would go and we tried 10 times to talk to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. . But he didn’t pick up the phone. It is clear from this position of Nitish Kumar that Nitish Kumar is not concerned about the development of Bihar.

Land acquisition issue
Vivek Thakur said that the second phase land acquisition proposal for construction of Bihta airport was under consideration of the Bihar government for two and a half years when the land became available. Similarly, despite the Center sanctioning Rs 60 crore for rehabilitation of Patahi Airport in Muzaffarpur, the situation remains the same. Also, due to negligence of Bihar government, airports like Bhagalpur, Forbesganj and Sabeya in Bihar are closed.

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Answer in Patna before Purnia
The cost of all airports is borne by the central government and the state government’s job is only to provide the land. Nitish Kumar can’t even give land. What better introduction to this underdeveloped thought. Nitish Kumar will have to answer in Patna before Purnia.

Ganga of development is flowing in Uttar Pradesh
Vivek Thakur said that the Ganga of development is flowing in the neighboring state of Uttar Pradesh. Be it airports like Kushinagar for Buddhist tourists or the country’s largest international airport being built at Sewar. There is development in every sector. But due to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s false ego, narrow mindedness and me-my ego, Bihar is far away from development. God save India from such anti-developmental thoughts, has he given the slogan ‘Bihar mein dikha, Bharat mein dekhga’. BJP MP Vivek Thakur said that Bihar needs leadership of collective comprehensive development that is narrow and unprejudiced and the people of Bihar will decide that in the coming time.


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