PM Modi to addresses several rallies in Bihar today


PM Modi addressed several rallies in Bihar today for enough votes for BJP, Bihar assembly election last phase voting is going on November 5, 2015.

As it is known that Bihar assembly election 2015 is the prestige point for both parties as one side JD-U, RJD and Congress while other side BJP -LJP-RLSP- HUM.

Both Nitish and PM Modi have addressed a string of mega rallies across the state in the aim of whipping up enough votes in their favour. But in their speeches, they have attacked each other aggressively in a bid to puncture each other’s bids for power. Ahead of the final phase of polling in the Seemanchal belt.

He addressed to people targeting at Nitish and Lalu Prasad in Darbhanga to telling a raucous crowd that ‘they are sheltering terrorists.’

His comments came in reference to the ‘Darbhanga module’ and asked voters if they wanted a government in Patna that would protect terrorists.
“Lalu and Nitish want to change reservation policy on religious basis. Ambedkar, other Constitution builders, Rajendra babu , Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel had opposed reservation on the basis of religion,” Modi said.

At a rally in Madhubani, he said the combination of jungle raj and jantar mantar would spell doom for the people of Bihar.

He alleged that Nitish was resorting to black magic because he knew he would lose the election.

‘They don’t have time for others’ – One key issue the PM has often raised in his rallies is that of corruption referring to Lalu Prasad’s involvement in the fodder scam.

In a rally last week, he said if Nitish and Lalu are elected, they will not have time for others. They will only work for the benefit of their relatives, said the PM. ‘They want to give Dalit, OBC quota to another community’ – In remarks that invited strong response from the opposition, PM Modi said Nitish and Lalu are conspiring to give Dalit, OBC quotas to another community.

PM Modi said he would risk his life to protect reservation rights of the weaker communities.