"People had given mandate for good governance, safety, improvement in law and order situation, but what is happening is exactly the opposite," he added.
Backing the Bharatiya Janata party (BJP)'s 'maha jungle raj' jibe to describe situation in Bihar, former chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi earlier suggested the Centre to impose President's Rule in the state.
Meanwhile, two people have been detained in connection with the murder of the senior journalist.
Siwan Superintendent of Police said that the two are being grilled to procure more details regarding the shocking murder.
Ranjan, a journalist with Hindi daily Hindustan was shot dead by criminals near the Siwan railway
Criticising the murder, BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain had said, "It has never been this bad in Bihar, this is not 'Jungle Raj', this is 'Maha Jungle Raj'. Nitish Kumar should look after Bihar instead of worrying about Varanasi.
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