Political battle over Nitish government decision of holiday for Muslim festivals
Political battle over Nitish government decision of holiday for Muslim festivals

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is attacking Bihari’s Nitish government. The number of state holidays for Hindu holidays was cut by the Nitish government on Monday, November 27, 2023. It was raised concurrently for Muslim holidays. Sushil Kumar Modi, the leader of the BJP, made numerous severe accusations and launched a ferocious attack on the Nitish government in relation to this.

Sushil Modi attacked Nitish Kumar, claiming that the Bharatiya Janata Party and the people of Bihar would not accept Nitish Kumar’s choice about holidays since it indicates an anti-Hindu mentality. Sushil Modi stated that the holidays for adherents of the Hindu religion are being shortened as a well-thought-out tactic.

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Let us inform you that on Monday, November 27, 2023, the Bihar Education Department issued the holiday schedule for 2024. They also stated that a chart has been created to guarantee at least 220 teaching days in accordance with the Right to Education. The holiday schedule has changed for 2024, with 30 summer holiday days being available instead of 20. The holidays of Jitiya and Hartalika Teej have also been discontinued. The Eid-ul-Fitr and Bakrid Eid holidays have been extended to three days each by the Education Department at the same time.

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