Bihar Assembly Elections 2020: Congress wants quick justice in Sushant case, we do not have to wander from other burning issues of the state

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Bihar Assembly Elections 2020: Congress wants quick justice in Sushant case, we do not have to wander from other burning issues of the state
Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala (Photo Credit- PTI)

Patna: The Congress on Thursday said that its party would like the CBI to submit its investigation report in the case of actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death quickly and a special court should be set up for speedy hearing of the case, but we have to face the floods, unemployment and farmers in Bihar We do not have to get distracted by important issues like upcoming problems.

All India Congress Committee General Secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala told a press conference here that “his party would like the CBI to complete its investigation in three months and a special court should be set up for speedy hearing of the case”.

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He said, “My humble request to all of you is that we understand the pain that caused the untimely death of Lal of this earth to the people. His family has the right to demand justice and it is good that his will is approved Is given. ”

Surjewala said, “But lest we get distracted by other burning issues of the state and Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is running a” train of lies “and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar who happily became its ride Let’s give them a chance to escape.

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Surjewala also dismissed reports of a rift in the opposition grand alliance in Bihar and said that the Congress and the RJD stood together against the farmers’ bill in the government. He said that Bihar incharge of Congress Shaktisinh Gohil and the state unit chief of the party Madan Mohan Jha are present here. In a few days from now, he will put before you a strategy to be adopted to oust the Nitish Kumar government.

Surjewala reiterated the Congress ‘argument that the recently passed farmers’ bill would deprive farmers of benefits such as the minimum support price and help large corporates gain unfair benefits.

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