A controversial comment of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is taking global intension now. In fact, while speaking on girls’ education and population control in both the Houses of the Legislature, many such things came out of Nitish Kumar’s mouth which have created a stir.
Chief Minister of Bihar is being trolled all over the country because of his statement, but the matter did not stop here. Actually, now this matter has crossed the border of India and reached abroad.
Hollywood singer Mary Milben has made a special appeal to the Bharatiya Janata Party while reprimanding Nitish Kumar.
Mary Milben urged BJP
Nitish Kumar is being criticized a lot for his derogatory comments made in the state assembly. Along with the countrymen, the anger of the foreigners is also rising on Nitish Kumar.
In fact, recently African-American actress and singer Mary Milben has urged a courageous woman to step forward and announce her candidacy for the post of Chief Minister of Bihar.
Not only this, Milben also requested the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to empower a woman to lead in Bihar.
Mary Milben expressed anger by posting on X
Mary Milben posted on X, ‘After Nitish Kumar’s comments, I believe that a courageous woman should come forward and announce her candidacy for the post of Chief Minister of Bihar.
If I were a citizen of India, I would go to Bihar and contest for the post of Chief Minister. BJP should empower a woman to lead in Bihar.
This would be the true spirit of women empowerment and development in response. Or Bihar, as Shahrukh warned in Jawan, ‘vote’ and bring change.
Nitish Kumar in trouble due to controversial speech
Bihar Chief Minister on Tuesday used derogatory language in the state assembly to explain the role of education and women in population control, sparking a controversy.
Nitish Kumar was speaking during the winter session of Bihar Assembly. The Chief Minister made the wrong comment while underlining the need for girls’ education to check population growth.
Seeing the uproar over his remarks, Nitish Kumar apologized on Wednesday and said he was taking back his words.