Prime Minister and Senior BJP leader Narendra Modi has said that the voters of Bihar have taken a resolve that they won’t let those who have a history of making the state ‘Bimaru’ come near them. He was addressing his first rally to launch the electoral campaign for the State Assembly Elections at Dehri-on-Sone in Sasaram today.
Mr Modi said, NDA government abrogated Article 370, but the opposition wants it back. He categorically said, the government is firm on this decision. He said, opposition is also misguiding people over new Farm Laws. Mr Modi said, Mandi and MSP are excuses for the opposition as it wants to save the brokers and middlemen.
Mr Modi said, the people who once ruled Bihar are again looking at the developing state with their greedy eyes. But, Bihar must not forget who pushed them backward, that was the time when there was worsening law and order situation and corruption in the state. He exhorted people to vote for the National Democratic Alliance to speed up the ongoing development works in the state. Mr. Modi said, Nitish Kumar-led NDA Government in the state is essential for prosperity of the people of the state. He congratulated the people of Bihar for their strong fight against COVID-19.
Addressing another election meeting at Gaya, Prime Minister and Senior BJP leader Narendra Modi slammed the Mahagathbandhan for supporting Naxals. Mr. Modi said, in the last few years, a lot of efforts and strict actions have been taken to limit the activities of Naxals in the country. Naxal presence has now been restricted to limited areas.
Mr Modi further said that the NDA is committed to empowering Bihar. He said, the opposition is rattled by development measures undertaken by NDA Government.
Mr Modi will be holding rally in Bhagalpur later. In an effort to reach out to maximum possible people amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the BJP is telecasting Mr Modi’s rallies digitally in Bihar. State BJP President Sanjay Jaiswal said, there are four LED screens and one giant screen in every assembly constituencies to telecast PM’s speech.