The Nitish Kumar government in Bihar has come in for severe flak from Opposition parties who have lambasted the Chief Minister over transfer of a senior CBI official who was probing the sensational Muzaffarpur shelter home scandal. RJD leader and Leader of Opposition in the Bihar Assembly Tejaswi Yadav has alleged that the transfer decision is politically motivated and is aimed at shielding big fish in the case. Questioning the timing of the transfer, Tejashwi said on Wednesday, The investigation was reaching to JP Mishra, CBI SP, who was heading the probe into Muzaffarpur scandal, was transferred and posted as Superintendent of Police in the office of the DIG, Patna. Devendra Singh, SP, CBI, ACB, Lucknow will now hold the additional charge of HoB, CBI, SCB, Patna, a notification read. So after Bihar Governor, CM Nitish also got CBI SP transferred. Tomorrow he wud hv submitted progress report on #MuzaffarpurShelterHome mass rape case in Highcourt. The investigation was reaching to Chacha, wait watch, Whotwitter.com\/Joi9gFyjwy Meanwhile, JD(U) leader Neeraj Kumar asked the opposition not to politicise the issue and move court if they are really concerned. Defending the government, he said, Meanwhile, the Nitish Kumar government has cancelled the selection of 50 NGOs for running shelter homes in the state and decided that the government will run them instead. Also, the Social Welfare Department will replace the NGOs that are already running shelter homes in the state.