Bihar Government reinstates security at Rabri Devi's residence
New Delhi: The Nitish Kumar-led Bihar government on Thursday reinstated the security at former chief minister Rabri Devi's residence in Bihar as it revoked its earlier order to withdraw 32 Bihar Military Police jawans deputed at her residence, reports ANI.
Jawans of the Bihar Military Police deployed at Rabri Devi's residence were reportedly ordered to leave the premises late on Tuesday night. One ASI, four head constables and 12 BMP commandos, who were deployed for Lalu Prasad's security, were withdrawn on the orders of S K Singhal, ADG, Headquarters. Lalu Yadav is currently serving time in jail after conviction in fodder scam cases. Following the development, the RJD leader had alleged a conspiracy on the part of the government to kill her and her family. "It's conspiracy by Nitish Kumar, Sushil Modi and government. Lalu Ji is in jail and dying every day, don't know if he's dying due to disease or being killed using
medicines. His sugar level is rising. How do I trust government? If govt asks us to vacate our house we're ready to do it," ANI had quoted Rabri Devi as saying.