Political parties have given their full strength to the Bihar Assembly Election 2020. One party is not losing any opportunity to attack another party. This time the direct fight is between the NDA and the Grand Alliance. The leaders of both the parties have entered the field and are attacking each other fiercely. In this episode, Lalu Yadav’s son and RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav has once again attacked the NDA. Tejashwi Yadav said that what will the NDA government which has not given employment in fifteen years now? Anti-youth Nitish will remove the government and will give 10 lakh jobs to the unemployed with the first pen in the first cabinet.
Tejashwi Yadav had earlier said that due to the failures of the government, the workers who work in other states are threatening to not allow them to enter Bihar, those who leave them in trouble and thieves, robbers, criminals and goons. The time has come to teach stern lessons to the Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. At the same time, the NDA is also fiercely attacking the grand alliance. Union minister and BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad had said on Friday that RJD was born only to save the accused of corruption. Read: – Bihar Elections 2020: If the JDU’s tension has not increased due to this, who will have to go to the LGP from the NDA?
Tejaswi Yadav’s tweet: –
What will the NDA government which has not given employment in fifteen years now? Anti-youth Nitish will remove the government and will give 10 lakh jobs to the unemployed with the first pen in the first cabinet.
Election address in Belhar, Katoria, Jhajha assembly constituencies pic.twitter.com/4bwOsABKLv
– Tejashwi Yadav (@yadavtejashwi) October 17, 2020
It may be noted that RJD and JDU contested elections in Bihar in 2015. At that time, RJD, JDU, Congress Grand Alliance won bumper victory on 178 seats. At the same time, BJP-led NDA had to face defeat. In the 2015 elections, RJD got 80 seats, JDU got 71 seats and Congress got 27 seats. While NDA got 58 seats only. But this time both parties are face to face and everyone’s eyes are on who will win the trust of the public.