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Bihar CM Manjhi’s son-in-law says he serves him in personal capacity

Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi’s son-in-law, who was recently removed as his personal assistant after it was found his appointment violated rules, was on Monday spotted in an official programme of the CM where he said he still rendered “service” to him in personal capacity.

“People meet me and submit their problems which I take up with relevant officers,” Majhi’s son-in-law Devendra Kumar told reporters at the Chief Minister’s official residence.

“Many works which I send for consideration are done,” he said. Asked if he has come back to his old position after the state government through a circular redefined the Bihar Legislature (members’  salary, allowances and pension) Act, 2006 on the basis of which relatives of ministers and CM  could now be appointed as private secretaries or personal staff, he said not yet.
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