Muzaffarpur: BJP rally hold several times at different places in Bihar in which Bhartiya Janta Party leaders addressed the people. Similarly, BJP President Amit Shah said in case of addressing the people at Nehru Stadium,Muzaffarpur in Bihar that all people will see a wave of development in Bihar after getting power into BJP hand.
BJP chief Amit Shah attacked in rally on Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar saying he was just a instrument for the “corrupt” Congress and Rashtriya Janta Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav was a “symbol of jungle raj”.
He said to Claiming that people of Bihar had anger for the Mahagathbandhan of JD(U)-RJD-Congress, he said, “Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, The BJP-led NDA government is fix to be formed.
Bihar will see a wave of earthquake of development.”
Recalling the glorious ancient history of Bihar, he said an NDA government will ensure that industries are set up in the state and people do not have to migrate in search of jobs.
He said that one side is shoulder of Kumar RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav who is symbol of Jungle Raj and other side ,Congress is the symbol of corruption on his another shoulder. He is just a mascot for them,” he said.
Though the Muslim-dominated region is going to polls in the last phase on November 5, the BJP is pulling out all stops to put up a strong show here as it seen as a weak link by the party in its quest to capture power in the state where it has never ruled as the dominant partner.
Shah, who had addressed a meeting with party workers in Muzaffarpur town, said there that the Bihar Chief Minister won’t be able to bring development by carrying two allies, Congress and RJD, on his shoulders.
BJP chief Amit shah claimed “The Congress for presiding over scam to the tune of Rs 12 lakh crore during the UPA rule at the Centre and the RJD for ‘jungle raj’ during its 15-year rule In case of addressing the people at Nehru Stadium in Muzaffarpur town.
He also said that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar cannot develop to conjugate with Congress and RJD Lalu Prasad Yadav as a two allies on his shoulders,” Shah told party workers at Nehru Stadium in Muzaffarpur town.
In Samastipur, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj struck a similar note, asking voters to be wary of the grand secular alliance under which the state will return to “jungle raj”.
The NDA government is necessary for the state’s rapid growth as it would work in tandem with the central government, she said, adding BJP has come out with a vision document for the state’s development in the next five years.