State government bans pension of JP fighters, Congress leader made a big demand

State government bans pension of JP fighters, Congress leader made a big demand

 Along with the increase in the pension of JP fighters involved in the JP movement, the Congress has attacked the state government. Congress MLC Premchand Mishra, terming this increase as unfair, said that the pension given to JP fighters is a misuse of government money. He said that such a scheme should be completely abolished. Mishra said that JP's movement was launched against the Congress government. The movement was driven by a political ambition. Giving thousands of rupees as pension to those political workers who went to jail in the movement is a misuse of government money.

The government is distributing the money of the government treasury among the supporters 

He said that taking money from the government treasury and distributing it among his supporters is a wrong practice. He asked that how long will the agitator of 45 years ago continue to be given money from the government treasury. If there is a demand to increase the pension of the poor, disabled, women, old people to only Rs 400 per month, the Chief Minister refuses, saying the lack of money, but in the name of JP fighters, the supporters will be increased from five thousand to seven and a half thousand pension every month. Dena in itself raises many questions. Let us inform that the Bihar government has announced to increase the amount of pension of JP fighters. 

RJD said - pension should not be stopped 

Here the politics has been heated by this statement of the Congress leader. JD(U) spokesperson Neeraj Kumar said that the JP movement was a fight against authoritarianism. JP Senani did not go to jail out of party loyalty. He said that Congress leaders should think before making such a statement. On the other hand, RJD spokesperson Chittaranjan Gagan said that the JP movement was not associated with any party. Pension should not stop. It should also include those who were taking forward the movement by going underground. Along with this, the government should also increase the amount of social security pension. 

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Opposing doctor husband's mischievousness cost the banker dearly, Begusarai incident will surprise

Opposing doctor husband's mischievousness cost the banker dearly, Begusarai incident will surprise

A sensational case of a banker's wife being abducted and brutally thrashed for protesting against the illicit relationship of doctor husband has come to light. In this regard, Nikki Singh, a resident of Ratanpur Ward 16, has appealed for life and justice by applying against her relatives including Dr. Arvind Kumar Singh, resident of Ijraha of husband Chhaurahi in Ratanpur OP. According to the information received, Mahila Navkothi is posted as Senior Branch Manager in PNB Bank, while her husband runs Shishu Seva Sadan near Mahila Vidya Mandir of Purani Bazar, Lakhisarai.

Illegal relations with many women

In the application given in Ratanpur OP, the woman has said that she was married 21 years ago. Both husband and wife were conscious of their career, due to which both lived separately for a long time. The couple also has a 20-year-old daughter. In this regard, the victim told that her husband has illicit relations with many other women which she used to oppose. Here the husband's cruelty increased for a few days and he started beating on talk.

Husband kidnapped on the way

On Monday, while going to the bank, an unknown miscreant including husband Dr. Arvind Kumar, brother-in-law Arun Kumar, Nitish Kumar stopped the scooty near the Isfa bridge of Navkothi and forcibly abducted them with a white colored Bolero on the strength of the pistol. Thereafter, he was made unconscious by giving him an intoxicant. Later he was seriously injured after beating him with a cricket bat. In a state of unconsciousness, she was taken to a relative located in Rosda, from where she somehow saved her life and reached Begusarai and gave the above information to her relatives. During this, the woman's scooty, bag, ATM, Aadhar card, cash of five thousand rupees also disappeared. In this regard, Ratanpur OP President Sudha Kumari said that the investigation has been started as soon as the matter comes to the notice. Necessary action will be taken after registering the FIR.

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