Villagers raise anti-Nitish slogans at Bakhtiyarpur

Wednesday, Oct 28, 2015,12:04 IST By Metrovaartha A A A

Patna | Local people raised slogans against Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar after he left without listening to their problems outside a polling booth at Bakhtiyarpur in Patna district today.

Mr Kumar went to Bakhtiyarpur to cast his vote at booth number 203 and as soon as he came out from the polling booth, villagers tried to draw his attention towards the death of a girl due to the alleged
mismanagement at a local hospital.
Mr Kumar, who was apparently in a hurry to go for campaigning for the ongoing state Assembly election, did not meet the waiting villagers, and infuriated over it, they raised slogans against him. Incidentally, it was the same polling booth where monkeys attacked two women and as many electronic media journalists.
Amid the din, the CM left for his campaigning for the fourth phase of the state assembly election slated for
November 1.

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