RAHUL Gandhi says BJP-JD(U) destroying Bihar

FORMER Congress President  Rahul Gandhi has said small shopkeepers, youths, farmers and labourers across the country are not happy with  Prime Minister Narendra and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in his home state. Rahul Gandhi, aspiring Prime Minister and known vocal critic of PM Modi is the star campaigner for his party which is contesting the ongoing assembly election as part of the Mahagathbandhan. Addressing an election rally at Kusheswar Asthan in Darbhanga, the Member of Parliament from Kerala said it was sad that Prime Minister Modi’s effigy was burnt in Punjab on the occasion of Dussehra.”You didn’t get to see it perhaps because Nitish Ji and Modi Ji control the media,” he alleged. He said the people of Bihar gave 15 years to Nitish Kumar as chief minister and six years to Modi as Prime Minister.  “Bihar remains as the poorest Indian state”.He said. If the Congress came to power with its Grand Alliance partners it will be the government of all castes and religions. The Grand Alliance is led by Tejaswi Prasad Yadav, son of Lalu Yadav and Rabri, both were Chief Ministers before Nitish Kumar replaced them as CM 15 years ago. Senior BJP leader and Union Minister Ravishankar Prasad said the opposition has no right to comment on the BJP’s promises about free Corona vaccine to people of Bihar. Talking to reporters in Patna  Prasad elected to the Lok Sabha from the ancient metropolis said the ruling BJP  has every right to promise to the free distribution of  Covid-19 vaccine and wondered as to how other parties are making a hue and cry over it. He said other states can also take a decision in this regard and some states have also taken decisions about free supply of vaccination to the people. BJP is committed to fulfilling its promises. Prasad said RJD leader Tejaswi Prasad Yadav is fooling people, especially the youngsters by promising 10 lakh government jobs to youths. Criticising Mr Rahul Gandhi, the Union Minister said he has no understanding of Defence policy and misinforming the people by raising China issues in Bihar assembly elections. He said Congress will have to pay the price for failure to protect  India’s border in the 1960s when it was in power at the Centre. Image courtesy: Outlook India

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