Bihar: Nitish govt’s latest decision – ‘no govt job for anyone indulging in protests’

The official decree of legal action against ministers, public representatives and officials in Bihar for making indecent remarks on social media was still under protest after a recent order given by Nitish Kumar’s police in the state.

Now the residents of Bihar, hoping for a government job or government contract, be aware, if you are found involved in any kind of protest in Bihar, then your wish will be incomplete. Yes, a decree has been issued by the Bihar Police, if it is not accepted, you will not get a government job.

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In fact, Bihar DGP (Director General of Police) SK Singhal has said in an order that if a person was involved in any criminal act by engaging in any law and order situation, protests, road jams, etc. and if he is charged by the police for this work, then the character verification report in relation to this should be entered clearly.

Such people will have to be prepared for serious consequences because they will not be able to get government jobs, contracts, etc. Character verification has now been made mandatory in government contracts.

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Here, after this order of DGP, the politics of the state is getting hot. The opposition considers it to be a violation of the democratic right of the people to protest against the government, while the ruling party is describing it as a step taken in the interest of law and order.

Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav shared a copy of the order on his official Twitter handle and writes, Nitish Kumar is challenging Mussolini and Hitler. He says if someone protests against the power system, If you exercise your democratic right, you will not get a govt job. This means, they will not even give you jobs but they will also not let you protest. How afraid is the poor 40-seat chief minister?

Here, former chief minister and Hindustani Awam Morcha chief Jitan Ram Manjhi hit back at Tejashwi’s tweet saying that it is the democratic right of all to protest and agitate. If government wants to take action against the subversive elements who sabotage and perpetrate criminal incidents under the cover of protest then miscreants are getting offended. He further said that now you decide whether you believe in democracy or uproar.

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