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Will not change the name of Bakhtiyarpur, says Bihar CM Nitish Kumar

Is not going to change the title of Bakhtiyarpur, says Bihar CM Nitish Kumar | Information

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday slammed BJP MLA Hari Bhushan Thakur Bachol for demanding renaming of Bakhtiyarpur, a metropolis positioned about 50 km from the state capital, Patna.
“It’s sheer nonsense. Bakhtiyarpur is my birthplace, who will change its title? Individuals hold speaking such nonsense about Bakhtiyarpur. That was the rationale that Nalanda College in late 12 century went from our management,” stated Kumar after winding up his public interplay program ‘Janata Ke Darbaar Mein Mukhyamantri’.
He made the comment in reply to a query from journalists who sought his views on the BJP MLA’s demand to rename Bakhtiyarpur as ‘Nitish Nagar’.
Bachol not too long ago instructed media-persons in Patna that Bakhtiyarpur ought to be renamed as ‘Nitish Nagar’.
“Since Bakhtiyarpur is the start place of the CM, it have to be renamed as Nitish Nagar. Bakhtiyarpur is called after Bakhtiyar Khilji – the navy common of Qutb-ud-Din-Aibak – who destroyed the famed Nalanda College. Khilji was a robber, due to this fact, title of the town have to be modified,” stated the BJP MLA.
“There isn’t any query of adjusting the title, it is all nonsense. A person born in the identical Bakhtiyarpur is right here, who’s constructing Nalanda college,” stated the CM.
It might be recalled that earlier Union Minister Giriraj Singh additionally demanded renaming of Bakhtiyarpur. Giriraj Singh demanded that Bakhtiyarpur and different cities and cities in Bihar named after Muslim invaders be rechristened, as is being performed within the neighbouring Uttar Pradesh. Giriraj Singh is a Lok Sabha member from Bihar’s Nawada constituency, representing the BJP
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