Home Economic Times kashmir information: Rabri Devi lashes out at Nitish govt for making “Kashmir Recordsdata” tax free

kashmir information: Rabri Devi lashes out at Nitish govt for making “Kashmir Recordsdata” tax free

kashmir information: Rabri Devi lashes out at Nitish govt for making “Kashmir Recordsdata” tax free

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Former Bihar Chief Minister Rabri Devi on Thursday launched a stinging assault on the Nitish Kumar authorities for exempting “The Kashmir Recordsdata” from leisure tax and mentioned watching a movie “doesn’t fill folks’s abdomen.”

Speaking to reporters outdoors the legislative council, she additionally taunted the BJP with the comment that films should even be made on the riots that had ravaged Gujarat after the Godhra prepare burning.

“They’re making a film tax free. Watching a movie doesn’t fill the folks’s abdomen. It doesn’t give jobs to the unemployed. The ruling dispensation thinks it has fulfilled all its obligations by doling out just a few kgs of foodgrains below welfare schemes”, she mentioned.

The RJD chief, whose husband Lalu Prasad had, as Railway minister, famously raised questions on the Godhra prepare burning, additionally remarked that movies must be made on the communal violence that had ensued throughout Gujarat of which Narendra Modi was the then Chief Minister.

In the meantime, one other veteran RJD chief Shivanand Tiwary issued a strongly worded assertion criticizing Nitish Kumar’s “silence” over the matter.

“The BJP, which is an alliance companion, has succeeded in having its approach by acquiring tax exemption for a movie which does little besides demonizing one group. This was not anticipated of Nitish Kumar who belongs to the socialist camp”, Tiwary mentioned.

He additionally identified that it was not with out motive that BJP leaders throughout the nation have been raving in regards to the movie which is directed by Vivek Agnihotri and stars Anupam Kher, each of whom have been recognized to be enthusiastic supporters of the saffron occasion and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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