Patna: The controversy over the Satghat bridge in Gopalganj, Bihar, is not taking its name. After the controversy over the approach broke on Thursday, now the government has started registering an FIR against the residents of Gopalganj itself. Which has once again been attacked by the opposition.
Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav tweeted a video saying that now the shameless corrupt government is filing a case against the villagers as to why they are telling the truth to the media?
Tejashwi tweeted the video and said, “Before the collapse of the bridge costing 264 crores, the villagers were warned but where was the eye of the corrupt Nitish government going to open?”
Will the bridge collapse only then will we do corruption? Watch the video Now the shameless corrupt government is filing a case against the villagers, why are they telling the truth to the media?
Earlier Tejaswi had said, “On June 16, the seventy ghat bridge of Gopalganj, built at a cost of 263.47 crore, was inaugurated by Nitish ji. The bridge collapsed 29 days later. Beware! If someone called it corruption of Nitish ji? 263 crores have been seen with good eyes. So much so that their rats are drunk. ”
Three different FIRs have been written in case of road collapse of small bridge. In Baikunthpur police station, the CO, the contractor and the engineer of the bridge corporation have lodged an FIR.
The CO has lodged an FIR with District Council Member Ravi Ranjan alias Vijay Bahadur for breaking the lockdown on the supporters.
The contractor Uday Singh lodged an FIR for obstructing the construction work on the villagers, including the chief of the Faizullahpur Uday Singh.
The engineer of the bridge corporation has lodged an FIR against unidentified villagers forcibly taking the JCB of the bridge corporation to cut the road and obstruct the work.
The Bihar government claimed that seventy ghat bridges costing Rs 264 crore have not been broken. A video has been released by the government.
Minister Nand Kishore Yadav said that there are 3 small bridges in Satghat bridge. The approach of the small bridge, 2 km from the Satghat Bridge, is cut only by the strong flow of water.