Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar faced opposition in Madhubani on Tuesday. During the rally here, a person threw stones and onions towards the stage. In Bihar Assembly elections, the campaign is being done for the third phase. On Tuesday, when Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar reached Harlakhi Assembly constituency of Madhubani, he faced opposition. When Nitish was addressing the rally, onions and pieces of stone were thrown at him.
During this, the stone throwing person shouted slogans and said that liquor is being sold openly, smuggling is happening but you are not able to do anything. Meanwhile, Nitish Kumar’s security personnel tried to stop the man, but Nitish Kumar was seen saying let it be thrown, let it be thrown, let it be thrown.
As soon as he proceeded with his address, Nitish said that we are saying that after the government comes employment opportunity will arise and no one will have to go out. Nitish said that those who are talking about government jobs today, when they were in power, how many people gave employment, then Bihar-Jharkhand was the same for a long time.
There has been protest before
Let us tell you that during the election campaign this time, Nitish Kumar has faced opposition many times. In many rallies, slogans have been raised against him in front of Nitish Kumar, while Nitish himself has also stopped the people shouting slogans.
At the rally in Muzaffarpur too, some people had raised slogans of Lalu Yadav Zindabad in front of Nitish, then from the stage, Nitish had said that go listen to the one who is chanting the slogan of Zindabad, why have you come here. Apart from this, Nitish was shown a black flag in some places.
It is worth mentioning that today in Bihar, in the second phase, polling is being held for a total of 94 assembly seats in 17 districts. CM Nitish Kumar also voted in Patna on Tuesday, after which he went out to campaign for the third phase.