The first phase of voting for the Bihar assembly elections is going on today. Also, the campaign for the second phase has also intensified. Today Prime Minister Narendra Modi has three rallies. After Darbhanga, PM Modi reached Muzaffarpur, where he fiercely targeted RJD and Tejashwi Yadav. The Prime Minister said that the parties which are notorious for shutting down the industries of Bihar, from which investors run away from far away, are promising development to the people of Bihar.
The Prime Minister lashed out at RJD’s election promise. He said that leave the government job, the arrival of these people means that even private companies giving jobs will run away from Bihar. Not only this, PM Modi called Tejashwi Yadav as the crown prince of Jungle Raj.
Addressing the rally in Muzaffarpur, PM Modi said that you can imagine, if there is an epidemic on the one hand and the jungle rajas come to rule, then it will be like a double hit on the people of Bihar. What else can the people of Bihar expect from Jungraj’s Yuvraj based on the old track record.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the people of Bihar can never forget the behavior of these people with their work, their business people. If you give extortion money, then the copyright of the kidnapping industry is with them only. So be careful with them.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the politics of these parties is based on lies, fraud and confusion. These people have neither any roadmap nor any experience for the development of Bihar. The parties that gave Bihar anarchy, misrule are again looking for opportunity. Those who gave the youth of Bihar poverty and migration, only made their family own thousands of crores, they want the opportunity again.
PM Modi said that this election will decide the future of Bihar in this century, in the coming decade. One of your votes will decide what will be the role of Bihar in India by taking a pledge of self-sufficiency? One of your votes will decide how fast we will be able to achieve the goal of self-sufficient Bihar.