Pappu Yadav Advocates Imposition of President's Rule in Bihar

Pappu Yadav outside Governor's House in Patna on Tuesday.

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Patna: Jan Adhikar Party (JAP) leader and the MP from Madhepura Pappu Yadav, who is of late, promoting himself as the leader of the youths and the champion of the poor, on Tuesday demanded imposition of President's Rule in the state saying the government had lost the trust and faith of the people of Bihar.

"This government was never voted into power and is the result of the 'misuse' of the people's mandate. People have completely lost faith in the Chief Minister and it would be only proper to dissolve this administration and impose President's Rule in Bihar," Yadav said in a memo presented to Governor Satya Pal Malik.

The JAP leader, who first tried to project himself as a man committed to the cause of students only to shift his focus on Bihar's lagging healthcare sector, said that Bihar had gone back to the old 'jungle raj' where kidnappings and murders had become rampant.

Yadav also accused the Nitish administration of unleashing atrocities on Dalits and backwards and eliminating those who criticized him by framing them in fake cases.

"In Nandangaon in Buxar district, policemen unleashed brutality on innocent men and women not seen in Bihar in a long time. Many men and women were implicating in fake cases and sent to jail without any hearing. Under these circumstances, there is only one option and that is to dissolve this government and impose President's Rule in the state," he said.

Yadav, who earlier threatened to resign from the Lok Sabha due to the political situation in Bihar, also slammed the Chief Minister for wasting money on human chains and frequent yatras.

"There are already laws against child marriage and dowry system so what was the point of wasting crores of rupees in organizing this human chain," he asked.


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