Sushil Modi Goes Full Negative on Nitish Kumar

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Patna: Former Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, who is on a roll criticizing his former boss Nitish Kumar after the latter dumped him and other Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders in his administration, spilled the bean on the Chief Minister saying while he favored compensation for police atrocities victims in Bihar, Kumar was dead against it from the very get-go.

Patna: Former Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, who is on a roll criticizing his former boss Nitish Kumar after the latter dumped him and other Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders in his administration, spilled the bean on the Chief Minister saying while he favored compensation for police atrocities victims in Bihar, Kumar was dead against it from the very get-go.

"On numerous occasions I asked the Chief Minister to provide compensation to the kin of Forbesganj police firing victims but he rejected my suggestions. The same is true for police firing victims in Madhubani and Jainagar where the Chief Minister ignored my advice to offer compensation to the victims' families," Modi said at a press conference in Patna on Thursday.

Pressing for his demand for Rs. 10 lakh for the police firing victims' families in Bagaha where eight persons were killed, Modi said that the police fabricated the entire case of being attacked by a mob last Monday.

"I met with the victims' family members as well as the cops who were involved in the firing. It was obvious that the police caused injuries to themselves to avoid being accused of police brutality," the BJP leader said adding if his demand for compensation for the victims' families were not met, he would personally sit on a fast to put pressure on the Chief Minister.

Modi also slammed Kumar for doing 'absolutely nothing' to rescue Biharis trapped in Uttarakhand flood. "He was too busy cozying up to the Congress to worry about our people stranded in Uttarakhand flood. He even ignored the plea for help by Ashwini Kumar Choubey, the Health Minister in his own administration, who was stuck in the temple for two days and lost members of his family and others in the flood," the former Deputy CM said.

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