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RJD brings black paper on Bihar govt
Anand Mohan Sahay in Patna | November 23, 2006 21:52 IST
A day before Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is to release his 'report card' on the completion of a year in office, opposition Rashtriya Janata Dal has released a 'black paper,' highlighting his government's failures.
"The black paper, released on Thursday, highlights the failures of the Nitish Kumar government and mainly focuses on non-fulfillment of the promises made by him," RJD general secretary Shyam Rajak told rediff.com in Patna.
"The Nitish Kumar government is an announcement government; Befooling people without fulfilling any promise in last one year," the RJD leader said.
According to the black paper, Nitish's government was a big zero on law and order front.