- CM Nitish Kumar and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Monday to examine rank-based enumeration.
- The last station based statistics was led and delivered in 1931, while in 1941, the information was gathered yet not disclosed.
Everyone is focused on the proposed meeting between an all-party appointment from Bihar, driven by chief minister Nitish Kumar, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Monday to examine the issue of rank-based enumeration.
“It is a critical issue, and we have been looking for this for a long. It if works out, then nothing could be superior to that. Additionally, it would be not only for Bihar. Individuals in the entire nation will profit from this. It ought to be done in some measure once.
We will advance our perspectives from this point. We will keep our perspectives before the PM on Monday,” Kumar said on Sunday in the wake of tying rakhis to trees in Patna to spread mindfulness on ecological protection at the event of Raksha Bandhan.
Kumar’s party Janata Dal (United) is a partner of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Bihar and is agreeable to rank-based statistics.
“A few groups have arrived at Delhi as of now, and some will go with me. So tomorrow we will meet at 11,” he said. Inquired whether the matter will be settled on Monday, he said, “We will see”.
Kumar left for New Delhi on Sunday evening.
Recently, an appointment of JD(U) drove by party public president Rajiv Ranjan Singh met Union home clergyman Amit Shah to press for station based statistics.
Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), lawmaker and head of Opposition in Bihar gathering Tejashwi Yadav has requested that the Nitish government lead the activity “all alone” if the Center will not move from its stand. On the last day of the Monsoon meeting of Bihar gathering on July 30, Yadav met the CM on this issue.
“It is the longing of individuals that there should be a rank-based statistics. So I trust there will be a positive conversation on this.
If the Center in the country doesn’t direct the rank registration, then, at that point, it will be considered by the public authority in Bihar,” Kumar told journalists on Saturday.
He emphasized that “there is a countrywide estimation for a standing evaluation being directed to some extent once. There ought to be no apprehensions as such an activity will be gainful for all gatherings of people”.
The last station based statistics was led and delivered in 1931, while in 1941, the information was gathered yet not disclosed. In 2011, a financial station enumeration was completed; however, the information was again not disclosed on the grounds of “inconsistencies”.
Holding a rank based registration is a delicate issue for the public authority taking into account the get-together decisions in seven states one year from now. Numerous ideological groups have met up requesting a rank based registration.
BJP partners, the JD-U, Apna Dal and the Republican Party of India-Athawale have raised the interest for holding a position based on statistics.
Numerous resistance groups like the Congress, Nationalist Congress Party, Rashtriya Janata Dal, and Samajwadi Party also request that the activity be held.
Different gatherings, for example, the Biju Janata Dal, have requested a position enumeration, as have some BJP pioneers, including Badaun MP Sanghamitra Maurya and public secretary Pankaja Munde.
Before the day, Kumar tied rakhis to trees in Patna at the event of Raksha Bandhan. The NDA-drove Bihar government has been noticing Raksha Bandhan as ‘Vriksh Raksha Diwas’ (Tree Protection Day) since 2012 to secure Bihar’s green cover.
Kumar asked individuals to plant saplings and save them from preserving the climate.
“We require to plant trees including save them from preserving the climate. The state government has been zeroing in on planting saplings under the Jal Jeewan Hariyali mission. The group of people yet to come is currently mindful of the climate preservation,” he said.