Nitish enjoying ‘flood tourism’: BJP
Patna, Aug 30: BJP today blamed Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for enjoying “surge tourism” while the condition in help camps, lodging lakhs of influenced individuals, stayed unsuitable.
“Nitish Kumar is enjoying surge tourism. Notwithstanding his visits, the state of help camps stayed unsuitable,” senior Bihar BJP pioneer and previous Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi told journalists.
He was answering to an inquiry that Kumar has blamed union clergymen for enjoying surge tourism in Bihar without doing anything so that the state could get satisfactory help from the Center.
Modi, who has been going to surge influenced territories, said when Kumar compared the surge circumstance with the pulverization brought on by 2008 surge in Kosi locale, why not Special District Magistrates have been designated like that time.
The priests accountable for regions are in Patna and not in the territories dispensed to them, he claimed.
Consoling the Center’s surge casualties in the state, Modi, who is state party parliamentary board boss, said there is no lack of assets given to the state.
“According to the fourteenth Finance Commission proposals, Rs 2,000 crore has been reserved for Bihar to manage the calamity,” he said.
The state government ought to first get ready and send its report to the Center which would send group of specialists to survey the degree of harm because of surges, he included.
“Rather than concentrating on enhancing courtesies in alleviation camps, Kumar is attempting to avoid consideration of individuals by raking up the issue of Farakka dam which, he is stating is the reason for surge in Bihar consistently,” Modi said.