The PM assured that he will ensure to fulfil all aspirations of Bihar if the people bring them to power in the ongoing elections in the state. PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday slammed the opposition parties alleging that they try to polarize the society. The PM also said that the NDA government ensured that all basic facilities in Bihar had been taken care of during the last tenure.
Like always, the Prime Minister once again took a potshot at former Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) Chief Tejashwi Yadav. Without naming them, Modi said the people of Bihar have “rejected jungle raj and double Yuvraj” over the double engine government of the BJP and the JD-U.
“Today the condition of Congress is such that it does not have even 100 MPs in the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha,” Modi said addressing a public rally in Bihar on Tuesday.
“Opposition has learnt only to divide society and win irrespective of anything else. They are looting people. But the people of the nation have understood what the truth is.”
He highly spoke about the earlier stint of the NDA. He iterated that the return of “double-engine” government will accelerate the progress of the state.
“But people of Bihar know, who is serious for the development and who is serious for the development of their family,” Modi said.
“Today arrogance is being defeated and the hard work is winning, scams are being defeated and the rights of people are winning, ‘gundagardi’ is being defeated and the rule of law is winning.”
According to Modi, in the last decade, every house in the state got electricity and gas connections. Now, from 2021 to 2030, it is time to fulfill more aspirations of the people of Bihar. And, now after electricity grid and water grid, the stress is on developing the gas grid connectivity.
Modi claimed that each and every woman of Bihar was determined to vote for the NDA because he cares about India’s mothers and daughters.
“The NDA has given poor their right to vote in the real sense. All social categories of Bihar have the right to choose a leader of their choice.”
“If the poor would have not got the right to vote, then I would not have become the ‘Pradhan Sewak’ to serve the people,” Modi said in his speech.
“The kind of indication we are getting after the polling in the first phase, it is clear that the NDA is going to form the government in the state.”
After the phase 1 voting, held on October 28, where 71 constituencies went to vote, the Phase 2 voting of Bihar Assembly elections is underway in 94 constituencies in 17 districts. The third and final phase of voting will be held on November 7 and the results will be declared on November 10.