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No more autocracy in the land of Bihar says national general secretary Md Mahtab Alam

In response to latest attack by the government on opposition party members, Mahtab Alam, young Rashtriya National Secretary said that RJD is not afraid of Nitish Kumar’s autocratic rule, we are struggling and will continue it further.

He further added that Nitish Kumar entered into politics fighting against dictatorship and emergency and now unfortunately it is a matter of shame that he himself has become autocratic. Not only to defend himself, he has provided Police forces extreme power but also has normalised beating anyone opposing him. But Nitish Kumar should not forget that this is land of Bihar, it has opposed attrocities carried out by the government, whether during the non cooperation movement in 1920 or during Quit India movement in 1942, it had not bowed down.

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Even in the JP movement, there were police led attrocities but the government had to fall. Hence, Nitish Kumar will now have to vacate the chair. They have become autocratic, autocratic people cannot be dictators and a democratic land like Bihar will no longer tolerate them.

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