1. Bihar lawmaker strips to demand construction of road; sends kurta to Nitin Gadkari, pyjama to Nitish Kumar

Bihar lawmaker strips to demand construction of road; sends kurta to Nitin Gadkari, pyjama to Nitish Kumar

As per reports, the lawmaker is trying to a road constructed from West Champaran's Manuapul via Jogapatti to Navalpur Ratwal Chowk Path, for the past three years.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: October 27, 2016 8:29 PM
If the road is constructed, it will amount to a 44-km-long strech from West Champaran's Manuapul via Jogapatti to Navalpur Ratwal Chowk Path. If the road is constructed, it will amount to a 44-km-long stretch from West Champaran’s Manuapul via Jogapatti to Navalpur Ratwal Chowk Path.

From Gandhigiri to sloganeering, there can be a thousand ways to mark your protest. Vinay Bihari, a BJP MLA from devised a unique way to protest. The lawmaker stripped down to half-pants and an undershirt to send out a message to the Minister for Road Transport Nitin Gadkari and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. As per reports, the lawmaker is trying to get this road constructed for the past three years. If the road is constructed, it will amount to a 44-km-long stretch from West Champaran’s Manuapul via Jogapatti to Navalpur Ratwal Chowk Path. Vinay has even sent a letter to Nitin Gadkari and Nitish Kumar. But the road work did not kick-off.

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However, a seemingly frustrated Vinay, this time packed his kurta, along with a letter and sent it to Nitin Gadkari. He wrote that his kurta was emblematic of Bhartiya Janta Party’s pride and honour. As Kurta went to Gadkari, Pyajama has its other destination waiting. The lawmaker sent his Payjama to Bihar CM Nitish Kumar. As per Vinay, Nitish Kumar, in front of 1.5 lakh people, had promised to build road on December 26, 2013. Vinay, with his gesture, has given a new meaning to the word Gandhigiri. Let’s see if his political bosses will take note of his demand or not. Bihar is currently under the rule of Nitish Kumar-led JDU-RJD government.

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