With the opposition leaving no stone unturned in highlighting the deteriorating law and order situation under the regime of the grand alliance in Bihar, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday said that incidents of crime take place on a daily basis in the world and, therefore, it was not right to exaggerate each and every incident.
He also asserted that there is no problem of law and order in the state.
“Crime incidents take place not in the country but in the whole world. But it is not right to exaggerate each and every incident taking place in the state. It becomes difficult for the administration and also causes problems to the people,” Kumar told media.
“There is no problem of law and order in the state and there is no increase in crime in the state. If you will highlight each and every crime that is taking place, then it will show that there is problem. But if you will collectively see the crime taking place in all the states, then the whole picture would be clear,” he added.
The frequency of criminal activities taking place in Bihar has increased ever since the ‘Mahagathbandhan’ came to power in the state.
A jeweller was shot dead on Saturday by some armed men near the Rajapur area of Patna, allegedly over extortion demand.
Earlier, two engineers of a private road construction company were shot dead by unidentified two motorcycle-borne assailants in Darbhanga district.