Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has said that there is no problem of law and order anywhere in Bihar.

Patna:

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday once again reiterated that he proposed a grand alliance against the allegations leveled against him and the state government by Union Home Minister Amit Shah during his speech in the state's Purnia last Friday. Will answer in rally itself.

However, Nitish Kumar said about the law and order of the state, on Union Home Minister Amit Shah's statement on the return of Jungle Raj, that there is no problem of law and order and keeps on telling lies.

'Whatever Amit Shah said about me and Bihar government, will answer it in Purnia': CM #NitishKumarpic.twitter.com/2VAxR3C3Lx

— NDTV India (@ndtvindia) September 27, 2022

Nitish Kumar was speaking at a function of distribution of appointment letters of veterinary officers on Tuesday.

Without taking the name of Union Home Minister Amit Shah, he said what people keep saying.

We keep working and there is so much development happening in the state, where is the problem of law and order, but we keep telling lies.

People keep doing such things here. 

'People lie, there is no law and order problem here': #NitishKumar hits back at #AmitShah's 'Jungle Raj Wapsi' statement pic.twitter.com/P5IhfiYY3h

— NDTV India (@ndtvindia) September 27, 2022


Then Nitish attacked and said that wherever his rule is, any work is being done there?

It is being spent only on publicity.

Nitish directly meant BJP ruled states.