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Rising crimes will scare away investors from Bihar: Modi

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Patna | Sunday, Dec 27 2015 IST
Former Bihar deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi today tore apart the claims of the Nitish government of making Bihar an investment friendly state, saying who would be willing to invest in an environment, where criminals are striking at their will. Mr Modi said here that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was misleading the people of the state by claiming that his government had prepared a comprehensive industrial policy for attracting the investment in the state as there could be no investment of even a single penny, unless the government checked rising crime graph. "How can anyone invest in Bihar where criminals are striking at their will?" the former deputy chief minister asked and added that two engineers of a private construction company were shot dead by motorcycle borne criminals in broad daylight in Darbhanga yesterday when they were inspecting road construction work there. Refusal of the company to pay extortion demand of the criminals was reason behind the killing, he stated. Mr Modi said the incident had reminded of Jungle Raj which prevailed during Lalu-Rabri regime in the state. It was being apprehended that Jungle Raj would return in Bihar once Mr Kumar was voted back in the state, using RJD supremo Lalu Prasad as his crutches, he noted. MORE UNI KKS AD AE RAI1903

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