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Patna, Oct 27 : Leader of opposition in Bihar assembly Tejasvi Prasad Yadav on Thursday claimed that frustrated with the “misgovernance” of the Chief Minister Nitish Kumar people now want to get rid of him and said that to win the by elections Nitish government was manipulating the administration.
Mr Yadav told news persons here today that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar whose party slipped from the strength of 70 to 40 in the state assembly was worried about his future. He alleged that Nitish Kumar wad misusing the power to win the by elections being held at Kusheshwarsthan and Tarapur Assembly Constituencies.
Mr Yadav said that his party has complained before the election commission about the misuse of power by Nitish Kumar and said that DSP Dilip Kumar Jha was transferred a month ago but was deputed at Kusheshwarsthan in Darbhanga as DSP after announcement of the election.
Mr Jha has been entrusted with the responsibilities of 25 polling booths in the constituency. Mr Yadav said that scared of his defeat which the RJD leader claimed to be imminent. Mr Kumar posted the special officer even after his transfer to manipulate elections. Dubbing the said officer Dilip Kumar Jha as an agent of Janata Dal(U) he said that the officer posted at Biraul subdivision under Kusheshwarsthan in Darbhanga district for more than three years as SDPO was again handed over the responsibility of elections.
He said that following complain made few months ago by the chief whip of RJD in Bihar assembly about the corrupt practices of Dilip Jha he was removed from Biraul a month ago but Mr Kumar again deployed him at SP office in Darbhanga.
Later the election commission taking cognizance of the complaint made by the RJD directed the district Election Officer of Darbhanga to initiate action on it but Mr Kumar setting aside the orders of election commission gave the responsibilities of 25 polling booths to the said officer .
He further alleged that several departmental actions were under process against the corrupt officer.