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BJP leader Vijay Sinha to hold ‘Janta Darbar’ every Tuesday at party office in Patna

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Vijay Sinha, the head of the opposition in the Bihar Legislative Assembly, declared he would organise a “Janta Darbar” every Tuesday in the Patna party headquarters.

Leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Sinha, stated that the ‘Janta Darbar’ that will start today would be organised as a ‘Jan Kalyan Samvad’ to bring attention to the problems of ordinary people before the administration.

In remarks to the news organisation, Vijay Kumar Sinha stated: “Every Tuesday, Jan Kalyan Samvad would be conducted at the BJP party office in Patna. Today is the start of Jan Kalyan Samvad, which will hear the issues that the populace has and present them to the government for resolution.”

“I have been hosting this kind of ‘Janta Darbar’ in my assembly district of Lakhisarai for the past 15 years; it takes place every Sunday. Now, as the leader of the opposition, I’m going to host ‘Jan Kalyan Samvad’ in the party office in Patna.

Leader of the opposition in Bihar, Sinha, added to the news agency, “Anybody is welcome to bring their complaint. In our “Jan Kyan Samvad,” which is comparable to “Janta Darbar” but is being organised by the Opposition, such persons whose grievances are not heard in Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s “Janta Darbar” will also be given the entire chance.”

“The Chief Minister’s Janata Darbar is attended by a small number of persons and follows a set agenda. The average man finds it challenging to attend the CM’s Janata Darbaar since there are several procedures to follow, including filing a required online application and only doing so once it has been approved “He went on to say.

“But since he is the head of the opposition, the Janata Darbar will be open. Anyone may submit their complaint to the government, and it will be our responsibility to alert the administration to it, as well as reveal the truth about the government through this effort “The news agency was informed by Vijay Kumar Sinha.

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