Patna: In the second phase of the Bihar Assembly elections, polling for 94 seats is to be held on Tuesday, before that on Monday evening, the Grand Alliance chief ministerial candidate and RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav did a ‘Youth Job Dialogue’ on social media. During this time, Tejashwi reminded the promises of the grand alliance and targeted the opponents. He said in the ‘Samvad’ that during the election campaign it was clearly revealed that the anger among the people towards Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has now turned into hatred.
Tejasvi, reiterating the promise of 10 lakh jobs, said that despite the double engine government, the unemployment rate in Bihar is the highest in the country at 46.6 percent. Tejashwi also answered the question of opponents through this dialogue, where will the money come from for the job. He said, “The Bihar government is unable to spend 40 percent of its budget. That amount will be used. If there is doubt about this, then if our government is formed then the salaries of the Chief Minister and the MLAs will have to be cut or stopped, then the youth will be stopped Will pay salary to
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Taking a dig at the Nitish Kumar government, Tejashwi said that the chief minister claims to have given six lakh jobs in 15 years, but he does not say that most of these jobs were contractual. Tejashwi said that seven universities were built in Bihar during the RJD government.
Now, if the Grand Alliance government will be formed, Rashtrakavi Dinkar University will be established in Begusarai and Jananayak Karpoori Thakur University in Mithilanchal.
He said, “We will give graduation degree to the youth in three years”. He promised to set up a merchant security squad and said that if a government of the Grand Alliance is formed, then from the point of view of security in Bihar, a trade protection squad will be formed.