Nitish Kumar’s big statement on removing loudspeakers from mosques, know what he said

Loudspeaker Controversy: Controversy continues across the country regarding loudspeakers, especially in BJP-ruled states. In Bihar too, the government is running with the help of BJP. In such a situation, the demand for removing the loudspeaker has started here too. But Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has a different stand on this matter. Nitish Kumar has called it an issue of waste. 

What Nitish Kumar said on loudspeaker
When Nitish Kumar was questioned on the ongoing politics regarding loudspeaker, he said that, it is a useless thing, which he likes as he likes. runs. Everyone has their wish. There is no danger in all these things. Nitish’s statement has come at a time when some ministers and BJP leaders in his own government are constantly talking about removing loudspeakers. 

Nitish’s minister had given statement
Earlier the discussion about loudspeakers in Bihar started when Nitish Kumar’s minister Janak Ram gave a statement. In which he said that there is no religion greater than the law of the country. The law follows in the states too. If this law has come in UP, then it will also affect Bihar. He had said that the leaders of the Center and Bihar will discuss to implement it. Apart from him, such rhetoric had also come to the fore from some small BJP leaders regarding loudspeakers. 

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