Yuvraj Of Jungle Raj, PM Modi Takes A Dig At Tejashwi Yadav
By FnF Correspondent | PUBLISHED: 28, Oct 2020, 18:50 pm IST | UPDATED: 28, Oct 2020, 18:50 pm IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday tore into the Grand Alliance as he addressed three poll rallies ahead of phase 2 voting in Bihar. Without naming the Chief Ministerial face of the opposition Tejashwi Yadav, PM Modi indirectly referred to him as ‘Yuvraj Of Jungle Raj’.He launched a blistering attack at the previous RJD government over corruption and crime rates. In Darbhanga, PM Modi said that People of Bihar have taken a resolve to again defeat those who brought 'jungle raj' in the state, those who looted Bihar. These are the people under whose government crime was rampant in the state.
In his second rally in Muzaffarur, PM said that owing to the previous track record of the jungle raj, people of Bihar do not keep any expectations from the ‘Yuvraj Of Junge Raj.’ People are well-aware of their activities, and if they return to power, at the time of a pandemic, people of Bihar will have to face double trouble.
"The party which is infamous for closing down industries of Bihar, from whom investors maintained distance, is today promising development to the state's people. Let alone govt jobs, if they come to power even private companies will flee from Bihar," PM said.
PM Modi also addressed a rally in Bihar's capital Patna and said that now with proper electrification of Bihar, the darkness of "lantern' has now faded. He asserted that it is only the NDA that can fulfil the aspiration of Bihari people.
"Who can fulfil the aspirations of the poor and middle class of Bihar? Can those who looted Bihar do it? Those who only thought of their families and did injustice to everyone can never understand Bihar's expectations. Only NDA can do it," he said.He said that those who ruled Bihar in the past had special 'love' for the word 'commission' and alleged that bribe was the norm while schemes were not implemented. He recalled the example of the Kosi Setu that connected Mithilanchal.The Prime Minister also urged those who would be exercising their electoral rights on Wednesday to take precautions in view of the pandemic.A total of 71 seats have gone to the polls on Wednesday. Six members of the Bihar cabinet are contesting in the first phase.