In the public court, the young man told such a problem that even Nitish was surprised, calling the concerned department.

In the public court, the young man told such a problem that even Nitish was surprised, calling the concerned department.

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday heard the cases of 106 applicants during the 'Janta Ke Darbar Mein Chief Minister' program. During this, when the youth of Rohtas told his problem to the CM, he was also shocked. He immediately called up the concerned department and directed them to solve the problem.

A youth who arrived from Rohtas told Chief Minister Nitish Kumar that the road has not been built since independence in Panjari village of Dinara block of the district. Nitish Kumar was also shocked to hear this. He said that even today there is unpaved road in the village, due to which there is a problem. If someone is sick in the village, he has to be taken on a cot. On hearing this, Nitish Kumar immediately called the department and instructed to solve this problem.

Let us inform that during this program organized in the Chief Minister's Secretariat complex in Patna, Nitish listened to the problems of 106 people who reached from different districts of the state. Along with this, the officers of the concerned departments have been instructed to take appropriate action for the solution.


Patna High Court acquits 2 people sentenced to death by trial court

Patna High Court acquits 2 people sentenced to death by trial court

Patna : The Patna High Court has acquitted two persons who were sentenced to death by a trial court for the abduction, gang rape and murder of a minor girl in Bihar's Bhojpur district in 2018.

A division bench of Justice Ashwini Kumar Singh and Justice Arvind Srivastava quashed the death sentence awarded in 2019 under the Protection of Children from Sexual Abuse Act (POCSO) to Additional Sessions Judge cum Special Judge, Bhojpur District. The bench was of the view that the prosecution "failed to prove its case". The incident took place in January 2018 in a village under Barhra police station when a 16-year-old girl went missing from her house and her body was found a few days later in the nearby fields recovered from His father lodged a complaint with the police station and made two people accused.

The High Court also expressed displeasure over the delay in registering the FIR and the "negligent" conduct of the investigation and said that the investigating officer "failed even to investigate the place where the victim was allegedly gang-raped". And he was murdered."