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Nitish’s stick ran outside BJP office on ward secretaries demanding salary

The police lathi-charged fiercely on the ward secretaries who were protesting demanding their salaries. Whose photos and videos are becoming fiercely viral on social media. A team of Panchayat Ward Secretaries, who have been staging a sit-in in Patna’s Gardanibagh for the last two weeks demanding payment of dues, reached the BJP office in the capital today and sat on a dharna there. When the BJP office was gheraoed by hundreds of people, the police immediately reached the spot and lathi-charged them fiercely.

Let us tell you, the anger of the ward secretaries being removed from the post after working for 4 years without pay is waning in the whole of Bihar, only the Nitish government is not seeing the problems of the ward secretary. When no message of the government reached the Panchayat Ward Secretary sitting for 12 consecutive days at the Gardnibagh sit-in site of Patna, he himself set out to narrate the government. During this, did he get the government’s baton? When the situation worsened, water cannons were used on the protesters. It is being told that during the demonstration of the ward secretaries, there has been heavy violence here. First, the protesters pelted stones fiercely. After this the police lathi-charged them to control them.

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When thousands of ward secretaries were creating a ruckus on the streets of Patna outside the BJP office, Panchayati Raj Minister Samrat Choudhary was attending the eighty-four banquet at Karnapura in Vaishali. This incident with the ward secretaries has raised the political temperature of Bihar.

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