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Bihar Grand Alliance 2.0: Nitish Kumar to take oath as CM for 8th time, Tejashwi Yadav as Deputy CM today at 2 pm

The swearing-in ceremony will take place at 2 pm today.

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Nitish Kumar and Tejashwi Yadav

A day after Nitish Kumar resigned as the Bihar Chief Minister and broke his alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Kumar is all set to take oath as the CM again for the eighth time in his political career. Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Tejashwi Yadav will also take an oath as Deputy Chief Minister for the second time. The swearing-in ceremony will take place at 2 pm today.

Nitish Kumar announced a new grand alliance after resigning from the BJP. The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), the Congress, and the Left parties would be Kumar’s strongest supporters during his upcoming second term as chief minister under Mahagathabandan. He is currently the leader of the Janata Dal (United).

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Mahagathbandhan, also known as the Grand Alliance, consists of political parties such as Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Indian National Congress (INC), Janata Dal (United), and Left parties including Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) Liberation-CPIML (Liberation), and Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPIM).

RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, members of the Congress, and members of the Left Front joined Kumar as he made his claim for government formation before the governor by presenting the letter of support from the MLAs.

Nitish Kumar after his first session with the Governor said he has resigned and has informed all his MLAs. He split from the BJP for the second time in nine years. He said his resignation from the party was based on the feedback he received at an interaction with his party’s legislators.

Nitish Kumar charged the BJP with engaging in horse trading by offering some party leaders lucrative positions as ministers.

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Bihar doctor running alcohol factory in Hajipur under the guise of nursing home busted, video viral

The Hajipur Excise Department received confidential information that a liquor factory is running in a private house located in Shubhai, Sadar police station area.

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Bihar doctor running alcohol factory in Hajipur under the guise of nursing home busted, video viral

Despite a ban on alcohol sales in Bihar, liquor smugglers are finding unique ways to sell it. Amid this, a video of a doctor running an alcohol factory under the guise of a nursing home in Bihar’s Hajipur has gone viral on social media. Instead of medicine, the doctor was selling liquor.

When the Excise Department raided this private hospital based on insider information, it discovered that patients frequently came here not for medical care but rather for alcohol use and sales. Under the pretense of a drugstore and a private nursing home, a doctor was operating a booze business.

The Hajipur Excise Department received confidential information that a liquor factory is running in a private house located in Shubhai, Sadar police station area. After getting information about this, the team reached the spot to raid along with the police force.

Reportedly, the doctor fled the spot after the excise department team along with the police officials were busy with the hospital inspection. Interestingly, all this happened when the hands of the accused doctor were tied together with the rope. Following that, the policemen kept searching the maize field overnight. The absconding doctor has been identified as Suresh Kumar. The Excise Department later arrested the doctor, who confessed that he used to make liquor from medicines.

There was a chemist shop in front of the liquor factory, and the banner of the private clinic was hanging at the main entrance of the factory. Seeing this, one can understand that patients are treated here.

But when the Excise Department team entered the room, there were hundreds of foreign liquor wrappers, bottles, ready-made liquor, tetra-pack liquor wrappers, and even punching machines and medicines from which foreign liquor was made. Apart from this, 3 drums of banned alcohol were also recovered from the spot.

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Viral: Another Bihar mobile thief hangs from moving train’s window, internet applaud passengers | Watch

The video has been making rounds on the internet as many users came forward to remark on the scene of the thief getting to deal with instant Karma. One user slyly remarked how this is the new India, where a thief will be caught, as well as will be punished, implying the trend of people taking the law into their own hands.

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A video from Bihar’s Bhagalpur has gone viral where a thief, who tried to snatch the phone from a moving train’s window was caught by the passengers. The passengers grabbed onto the arms of the thief and kept the thief held to the train’s window for approximately five kilometers. The passengers didn’t just stop there as they thrashed the thief later on as well.

In the video, the thief can be seen being held onto the train’s window as he flails and nearly misses a lot of train pillars and poles. The train can be seen moving at a very high speed which makes the video more horrific. The passenger in the adjacent compartment can be seen making a video of the thief.

The video has been making rounds on the internet as many users came forward to remark on the scene of the thief getting to deal with instant Karma. One user slyly remarked how this is the new India, where a thief will be caught, as well as will be punished, implying the trend of people taking the law into their own hands.

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Another user added to the conversation by imparting his opinion of how if India needs a crime-free society, the society themselves needs to take the initiative and has to decide whether to fear the criminals or rather instill fear into the brains of the criminals.

A similar incident had taken place in Bihar’s Begusarai where, similarly, a thief tried to snatch the phone of a passenger from a moving train, however, to his surprise, the thief was not able to pull off the bold theft as the passenger managed to save his phone while also grabbing on to his one arm and pulling him along the moving train.

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Another passenger also followed suit and clutched onto the thief’s second arm which led to the passenger holding him along the train window for 10 kilometers. The man in the video can be seen pleading and imploring to be left as he continued to say that his hand will be broken or worse, he could die.

The passengers didn’t stop and continued to make him subjected to the frightful train journey where he was dangling from the train’s window. Subsequently, after reaching the next stop, the thief was handed over to the Railway police.

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Bihar: Shoot-out in Patna leaves 4 dead, 9 injured

The incident transpired against the backdrop of Bihar Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar, and Deputy Chief Minister, Tejashvi Yadav, facilitating and addressing an investor’s meeting in Patna.

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Shoot-out in Patna

A video has emerged out of Bihar’s Patna where the police can be seen counting the bullet shells fired during illegal sand mining. According to reports, the police received information about an exchange of firing in Bihta’s district’s Maner. The reports also suggest that the exchange of fire led to four deaths, along with four deaths, and nine more people got injured in the shootout.

In the video, the Patna police can be seen counting the bullet shells which were left as evidence from the sight of the crime. The police can be seen counting up the bullet shells while putting them in a plastic bag. When the reporter asked the police how many bullet shells are there, the police replied with a guesstimate of around a thousand rounds being fired.

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The ASP of Danapur Police, in his statement to the media, said that an FIR is being registered in connection with the illegal sand mining shootout. The police added that they arrived at the scene of the crime when they received the information of rounds being fired.

The incident transpired against the backdrop of Bihar Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar, and Deputy Chief Minister, Tejashvi Yadav, facilitating and addressing an investor’s meeting in Patna. The meet was participated by approximately a hundred investors from different sectors and lines of business.

The Bihar Chief Minister, in his address, tried to assure and gain the confidence of the investors by mentioning the prolonged law and order situation the state of Bihar has been facing. The chief minister, while assuring about the law and order situation in Bihar, stated that the police and the administration have been instructed to be on high alert.

The CM added that if anyone were to face any problems, they should immediately inform the DM and SP about the situation and entrust them to find the solution. He also added that if anyone is subjected to harassment and trouble caused by miscreants, the police will immediately take stern actions.

The CM informed that recruitments have been carried out to make the police force stronger and added that the government is aiming to industrialize the state since business and trade have spread further in the state of Bihar.

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