Sanjay Jaiswals ultimatum to Nitish Kumar, give 10 lakh jobs by December 13, otherwise house will not be allowed to run

Pankaj Prasad
BJP state president Sanjay Jaiswal
BJP state president Sanjay Jaiswal

BJP will now fight the battle of BTET and CTET pass unemployed in Bihar.

BJP will now fight the battle of BTET and CTET pass unemployed in Bihar. BJP state president Sanjay Jaiswal today met the unemployed at the party's state office and assured them that now BJP will fight their battle. At the same time, he has challenged Nitish Kumar that on December 13, the BJP will seek answers in the House on the issue of employment. If the job is not given before 13 December, then the BJP will not allow the House to function.

BJP will fight now

Talking to reporters after a bike ride with the unemployed, State President Sanjay Jaiswal said that Sanjay Jaiswal further said that BJP will now fight the battle of B.TET and C.TET pass candidates and Nitish Kumar will have to bow down before us. Jaiswal said that Nitish Kumar is engaged in distributing appointment letters only to those people, whose joining has been done months ago.

The current government is lax in giving jobs

He said that the present government is lax in providing jobs to the youth. Nitish Kumar is only pretending to give jobs. This is the reason why, along with his colleague Tejashwi Yadav, he is distributing appointment letters to such police personnel, who have taken time off from duty and are coming to join in uniform.

will not let the house run smoothly

He has said that at least the promises made in the NDA government to provide employment and jobs to the public should be fulfilled. Tejashwi Yadav also promised that if our government is formed in Bihar, we will give jobs to 10 lakh people. Sanjay Jaiswal has given an open challenge to Nitish Kumar that if these candidates are not reinstated, we will create a ruckus in the assembly and will not allow the house to run peacefully.

Winter session will be stormy

The winter session of Bihar Legislature will be held from 13-19 December. This session of the Legislature will be of total 5 days. On the first day i.e. on December 13, the Speaker of the Assembly will address it in the Assembly. After that, the two MLAs who recently won and made their place in the assembly, will be administered the oath. After today's press conference, it has been decided that the winter session is likely to be stormy.