‘Attack on democracy’: Nitish Kumar says derecognition of IIT Madras physique shows nazi face of Modi govt

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Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday said derecognition of a students organisation in IIT Madras for being “critical of PM” was “an conflict on democracy” and “reflected compulsory and nazi face” of a Centre.

“The derecognition of a students group, many of whom are Dalits, amounted to curbing elemental rights of a citizen of giveaway debate and expression,” Kumar told reporters.

Bihar CM Nitish Kumar. ReutersBihar CM Nitish Kumar. Reuters

Bihar CM Nitish Kumar. Reuters

“Its an conflict on democracy and reflected a compulsory and nazi face of a Central government,” Nitish Kumar said while entrance out of a duty organized by SC and ST dialect here.

“The trend is a hazard to togetherness of a country,” he added. Nitish Kumar finished a sardonic conflict during Union ministers creation debate of a state and criticising him and his supervision in a name of jubilee of execution of one year of a Narendra Modi government.

“Ministers have been para-trooping into Bihar with solitary design to conflict me…they have not finished anything for a state in their particular departments though holding press conferences merely to criticize me,” Nitish Kumar said.

“Ek baat achi hain ki yeh record itna bol rahene ki kisi ko yaad hi nahin rahenga kya bole a (One thing is good that these ministers are vocalization so most that people would not remember their words),” Nitish said holding a taunt on Union ministers whom he described as “prachar master” (publicity experts).

On Land Acquisition Bill that a Central supervision was perplexing to move again, Kumar, a comparison JD(U) leader, pronounced a BJP has finished it a “prestige issue”.

“The BJP supervision during a Centre has finished Land Bill a status emanate that they wish to move in movement anyhow to take land of farmers for corporates,” Nitish Kumar said.

The Bihar Chief Minister, who sat on a day-long criticism quick over Land Bill, pronounced his celebration would continue to conflict a “anti-farmer” legislation.