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JD(U) alleges `international jungle raj' in Delhi

Wed, Jun 01, 2016, 12:48 PM
Deflecting the criticism against the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar as jungle raj, the ruling party JD(U) fine tuned the charge and extended it to stray attacks on Africans in Delhi, describing those as `international jungle raj.'

In an itnerview to a TV channel on Wednesday, JD(U) leader KC tyagi said the attacks on African students in Delhi would go down as an instance of `international jungle raj'.

The JD(U) leaders are chafing at the `jungle raj' criticism of the Nitish government and using every opportunity to deny it. By deflecting the problem on to Delhi, they believe they have passed on the buck to the BJP-led government at the Centre. While Delhi comes under AAP government, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal escapes the charge because in Delhi law and order is not a state subject, unlike in other States.

Tyagi charged that the police were acting helpless in the attacks on African students. He said his party seriously condemned the attacks on African students.

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swarj has already stated that the attacks on African students in India were not systematic and constituted stray incidents.
Agency: Ap7am Desk

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