Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Monday stated work would quickly start on a state-level caste-based census and an all-party assembly could be held over the problem.

Stating that it “is not going to take lengthy” for the census work to start, the Janata Dal – United (JD-U) president stated he had knowledgeable chief of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav about the identical. Kumar’s assertion got here days after the Centre expressed its lack of ability to conduct the same train on a nationwide stage.

The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief, who had been vocal in regards to the challenge and cricitising the JDU-BJP led authorities within the state over the delay in taking on the train, had met the chief minister final week.

Zyada der nahin lagega (it is not going to take lengthy)….. We’ll convene an all-party assembly the place representatives can provide their options. It is going to be adopted by a cupboard approval. Modalities like what number of officers to deploy and so on will even be labored out,” Kumar advised reporters in Patna.

Humne unko bata diya hai (I’ve advised him),” Kumar stated when requested in regards to the assembly he had with Yadav, his former deputy.

(With inputs from businesses)

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