Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday while addressing the second rally of the day in Bihar asked the voters to view the assembly elections as “an opportunity to re-elect those who pulled Bihar out of darkness”.
The Prime Minister said, “The election is an opportunity to re-elect those who drove Bihar out of the darkness. The Center has several plans for Bihar, which will bring greater peace and prosperity with Nitish Kumar in the state.”
Modi warned people that the return of “Jungle Raj” would be a double whammy for the state in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Without mentioning RJD or Yadav’s name, Modi said, “Can anything be expected from the yuvraaj of jungle raj? He ought to be evaluated on the basis of a track record about which the people know much better than I do.”
In a clear reference to the breathtaking promise of 10 lakh permanent government jobs, Yadav said that if his party comes to power, the Prime Minister said, “Forget about jobs in the public sector. Even private companies that provide jobs She will also flee.”
“Companies will shut down their offices and run away.”
He cautioned against those responsible for misrule (bad governance) in Bihar. “They are waiting for an opportunity to make a comeback. If COVID 19 returns to Jungle Raj amid the epidemic, it will be a double whammy for the state.”
“It is a party which patronized criminals and ensured the riches of one family grew,” he remarked, making a veiled reference to the corruption scandals involving Prasad and his family members.