Nitish’s minister Marari Gautam hit back at Giriraj Singh’s statement.

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Murari Gautam, Panchayati Raj Minister in the Bihar Government

Bihar Government’s Panchayati Raj Minister Marari Gautam, who came to participate in a program in Kaimur district of Bihar, hit back at Giriraj Singh’s statement of closing the madrassa. Murari Gautam said that no one has the authority to close madrasas in Bihar. Giriraj Baba keeps saying anything to get position in BJP. On Jitan Ram Manjhi’s statement that liquor will be allowed in Bihar if the NDA government is formed, Minister Murari Gautam said that neither his government will be formed nor liquor will be allowed. He said that all classes of people benefited from the ban on alcohol.

“Speak only to gain position…”

Bihar Government’s Panchayati Raj Minister Murari Gautam reacted in Bhabwa of Kaimur district saying, “When will Giriraj Baba say that or any senior BJP leader speaks only to get office”. No one has the authority to terminate the madrassa. They are dreaming… their government is not going to be formed in Bihar. Along with this, Congress will form the government in all the five places of the country where the elections have been held. If Amit is coming to Shah Bihar, his coming will not benefit the BJP people.

Also discussed Manjhi’s statement about turning on alcohol.

Meanwhile, Murari said that Manjhiji’s statement regarding the ban on alcohol is wrong. All the people of Bihar want liquor ban in Bihar. What Manjhiji is saying… It’s not that there are more laborers among those who go to jail, so it’s wrong. Smugglers selling liquor are also going to jail in large numbers. Drinking alcohol is prohibited in Bihar. Certainly anyone who drinks alcohol breaks the law. We don’t pay attention to Manjhiji’s statement and BJP team people’s statements.

Our government is being formed in five states

Panchayati Raj Minister in the Bihar government Marari Gautam said that exit polls have no meaning in the five states where assembly elections have been held. Our government is being formed in all the five states. There is no competition from BJP. Whether Amit Shah comes to Patna or stays in Delhi, it does not matter. Their lands have been transferred. The 2024 elections will decide how this will affect the entire country. Amit Shah’s arrival in Bihar is not going to have any impact on the 2024 elections.

(Reporting by Mukul Jaiswal)

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