Video of District President drinking alcohol in party office went viral, said in defense - I do not wear T-shirt

Video of District President drinking alcohol in party office went viral, said in defense - I do not wear T-shirt

Patna : A video of the BJP district office in Bihar, which has been banned from liquor, is becoming very viral on social media. In this video, BJP District President Siyaram Sao from Jhanjharpur in Madhubani is seen drinking alcohol while sitting in the party office. Not only this, he also blew cigarette rings. At the same time, in his defence, the District President made an innocent excuse and said that I do not wear T-shirt at all.

A video from Madhubani district is going viral, in which BJP's district president from Jhanjharpur, Siyaram Sao, is seen having a liquor party with his colleagues. In this video purportedly Jhanjharpur BJP District President Siyaram Sah is seen drinking alcohol. The district president is drinking alcohol in a room of the party office. The district president has a cigarette in his hand. There is an open bottle of wine on the table. Although Punjab Kesari does not confirm this viral video.

While on one hand RJD and Congress have demanded action against BJP leader Siyaram Sahu regarding this viral video, on the other hand BJP district president is calling it fake. He said that we do not drink alcohol at all. Fake videos are being made viral to implicate us. Jhanjharpur SDPO Ashish Anand has said about this that the matter is in the cognizance of the police. Further action will be taken only after verifying the veracity of the video.


Monsoon session of Bihar Vidhan Sabha begins from Monday, likely to be uproar

Monsoon session of Bihar Vidhan Sabha begins from Monday, likely to be uproar

Patna: The Monsoon session of the Bihar Legislative Assembly will begin on Monday and it is likely to be a tumultuous one as opposition parties devised a strategy to corner the state government on issues like rising prices of fuel, cooking gas, fertilizers and mustard oil.

The monsoon session will continue till July 30. Similarly, there will be a war of words between the state government and the opposition over the Bihar Special Armed Police Bill, 2021, which was passed during the last budget session of the assembly. Legislators from opposition parties staged a walkout against the bill. There was an unprecedented ruckus in the Bihar Assembly on March 23 when police were called inside the assembly to escort the opposition members out with the help of marshals from the House, who tried to prevent Speaker Vijay Kumar Sinha from reaching the podium. Was.

On the other hand, RJD has already written a letter to the Speaker, saying that in view of the incident of March 23, MLAs of opposition parties are afraid to enter the House. Meanwhile, Sinha has said that members who have not received their dose of anti-Covid vaccine will not be allowed to participate in the monsoon session.