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Bihar has now electricity, days of the lantern are over: says PM Modi

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Bihar has now electricity, days of the lantern are over: says PM Modi. On Friday, PM Narendra Modi launched a stinging attack on RJD led the opposition in Bihar. The Prime Minister alleged that the anarchy and bad governance of the 1990s is responsible for most of the ills that plagued the state even now.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing an election rally said that the Mahagathbandhan was a pitara comprising elements wary of the government’s crackdown of anti-national activities. Further, he added that people must vote to power NDA led by Nitish Kumar to ensure that Bihar does not fall ill again.

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Bihar has now electricity, days of the lantern are over: says PM Modi

In reference to the symbol of Rashtriya Janata Dal, Modi said that the days of lanterns are now over. Now Bihar has electricity. He said that people had a fear that if any political party would get to know about their prosperity, they would be kidnapped for ransom. And that’s why they avoided buying a new car. He added, “The new generation ought to know that Bihar has been witness to times when people alighting from trains in the night used to stay back at the station since anti-social elements used to maraud freely.”

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RJD was often accused by adversaries of patronizing criminals. By saying’ Bihar now has electricity, days of lanterns are over’ PM Modi referred to the RJD. Modi said that since a sheer number of people will cast their votes amid covid 19 pandemic, the assembly elections of the state become more crucial. Furthermore, he added that people should vote the NDA back to power so that unhindered growth is ensured.

PM Modi charged the coalition partners with intending to keep people poor because of their fear that prosperity will make them politically irrelevant.

 

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