JP Nadda takes swipe at Tejashwi Yadav's 10 lakh govt jobs promise- The New Indian Express

JP Nadda takes swipe at Tejashwi Yadav’s 10 lakh govt jobs promise- The New Indian Categorical



SONPUR: Bharatiya Janata Social gathering (BJP) nationwide president Jagat Prakash Nadda on Saturday took a swipe at Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Tejashwi Yadav over his 10 lakh authorities jobs promise within the run as much as the Bihar Meeting polls.

“They are saying they may give 10 lakh jobs. We are saying that we are going to give 19 lakh job alternatives in Bihar. In Atmanirbhar Bihar, the folks of Bihar won’t do jobs, they may supply jobs. That’s the type of growth we’ll deliver,” Nadda stated addressing a public gathering in Sonpur.

He stated {that a} medical faculty is arising in Chhapra and it’ll result in the opening up of round 500 medical shops, 10 diagnostic centres and not less than 4-5 teaching institutes. “We all know easy methods to create employment. It isn’t such as you come into energy and provides 10 lakh jobs,” he stated.

RJD chief Tejashwi Yadav had, in his manifesto, promised to provide 10 lakh authorities jobs within the state if he involves energy.

Nadda additionally took a jibe on the RJD’s election image asking a cheering crowd whether or not it need LEDs or lanterns.

“Once I was the Well being Minister and Narendra Modi ji was the Prime Minister. In 4 years, we gave 11 medical faculties to Bihar. We labored on development of roads and highways and electrification of railway tracks,” Nadda stated.

“The BJP authorities spent over Rs 3,000 crores on the welfare of farmers, Rs 1,000 crores on training, Rs 600 crores on well being. Round Rs 1,200 crores are being spent on Chapra medical faculty, which will probably be a world-class and cutting-edge institution,” he added.

The BJP chief additionally highlighted that Rs 54,000 crores had been spent on the development of highways, Rs 13,000 crores for roads and Rs 2,700 crore on airports in Bihar.

The primary part of Bihar Legislative Meeting Elections was held in 71 meeting constituencies on October 28. The remaining 172 meeting constituency of the 243-member Bihar Legislative Meeting will go for polls two extra phases — November Three and November 7 — and the outcomes of the elections will probably be declared on November 10. 

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