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Tejaswi is learning fast from Nitish.
The uncle-nephew relationship has long been a topic of debate, even before the split in the NDA. With the formation of the new government, both Nitish and Tejashwi have shown how much love and affection they have for each other in various official functions. So while Nitish asserted that he had no desire to be named as the opposition’s prime ministerial candidate, Tejashwi also sought to end the controversy, which is Bihar RJD president Jagdanand Singh’s chief ministership till 2023. Began with a statement to be, saying he was in no hurry. Be the Chief Minister.

Jebus took off at Purnia Airport.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah faced a tough situation when people practically went berserk when he announced that the construction of the airport in Purnia would be completed soon. Shah encouraged his audience to clap and they readily agreed. But Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav took the issue to a higher level as he said that should the Union Minister get a ticket to Purnia airport, he is ready to pay the money. BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi responded by citing official correspondence between AAI and the Bihar government regarding the acquisition of 52.18 acres of land acquired for the proposed civil enclave at the Purnia IAF airport.

Uproar over ‘missing’ bureaucrat in state
Recently, the state bureaucracy is on its toes after rumors of a senior woman IAS officer going ‘missing’ in Bihar. The news went viral on social media and forced the state government to clarify that the officer in question had actually gone abroad on a personal visit. The officer, known as a tough taskmaster, was on a personal visit to Uzbekistan and its neighboring countries, according to a statement from the General Administration Department. The bureaucrat’s visit came into question because several religious preachers from these countries had earlier been arrested for overstaying in Bihar.

Ramashankar
Our correspondent in Bihar
ramashankar@newindianexpress.com

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