We never tolerated the corrupt: Nitish Kumar on Narendra Modi's statement

Pankaj Prasad
CM Nitish Kumar
CM Nitish Kumar

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has said that he has never compromised with the corrupt.

Patna. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has said that he has never compromised with the corrupt. This statement of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar came after Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a statement in Kerala on Thursday in which Narendra Modi had said that some parties are protecting the corrupt. Talking to reporters in Patna on Friday, CM Nitish Kumar said that where someone is saving the corrupt. Somebody will save the corrupt. In Bihar, we have never tolerated the corrupt.

They keep talking, we don't even pay attention

Nitish Kumar said that he does not know that when Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the Prime Minister of the country, the work that he got a chance to do with him, how did it work. How did he take care of everyone. Here also the people of Bihar have given a chance to work. be with anyone. You see how much work you are doing. Somebody is in the center. All of them keep talking, we don't even pay attention. Nitish Kumar said- "Someone will save the corrupt, one should think for himself or not to save the corrupt". "Whatever is happening here and there in the state, they should not think of bringing whom from where".

Corruption is the biggest obstacle in development and interests of youth

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that action against corrupt persons in the country has led to a new polarization in national politics. Some political groups are openly trying to organize into one faction to protect those facing corruption charges. Corruption is the biggest obstacle in the development and interests of youth.

A new polarization in national politics

PM Modi said that on August 15, I told from the ramparts of the Red Fort that the time has come for a decisive fight against corruption. However we are seeing that as we take action against corrupt persons, a new polarization has started in the national politics. Some political groups are coming forward openly and trying to organize into a single faction to protect those facing corruption charges. People of Kerala and India have to be aware of such groups.

Top priority of central government

The Prime Minister's remarks came in the backdrop of ongoing investigations by central investigative agencies against some powerful leaders of opposition parties on the issue of corruption and allegations of alleged misuse of agencies by his government for the same. He said that providing basic facilities to every citizen of the country and developing infrastructure is the top priority of the central government.