Fight of development vs destruction, says BJP president JP Nadda on last day of Bihar campaign- The New Indian Express

Struggle of growth vs destruction, says BJP president JP Nadda on final day of Bihar campaign- The New Indian Categorical

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By PTI

DARBHANGA: BJP president JP Nadda assailed the opposition Mahagathbandhan on Thursday, saying the continued election within the state is a contest between those that work for the event and those that took the state in direction of “destruction”.

Addressing an election rally right here on the final of the marketing campaign, he attacked Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, alleging that he by no means realises when he begins opposing India’s nationwide curiosity in his quest for criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Flaying the Mahagathbandhan, he mentioned the RJD and the Congress have joined fingers with the CPI(ML), whose very thought is “harmful”.

He additionally alleged that the RJD unfold anarchy within the state throughout its 15-year rule and it ought to apologise to the folks of Bihar.

“This isn’t an election nearly voting for a candidate. It is about the way forward for Bihar,” he mentioned.

“On one aspect, there are those that work for growth and on the opposite, there are those that left no stone unturned in taking Bihar in direction of destruction,” he added Nadda mentioned Modi has “given such a mantra of growth” that even the Mahagathbandhan is “compelled” to speak about growth.

“In any other case these are the individuals who would take Bihar towards destruction,” he alleged.

He additionally mocked RJD chief Tejashwi Yadav’s promise of giving 10 lakh authorities jobs, saying he ought to first speak in regards to the “25 lakh” individuals who have been compelled emigrate out of Bihar within the regime of his father — Lalu Prasad.

Nadda additionally talked in regards to the native agricultural produces and the well-known Mithila work.

“Eighty per cent of the nation’s makhana comes from Bihar and out of that, 90 per cent from simply six districts of Mithilanchal. We’ll set a manufacturing facility right here and model it. Mithila won’t ask for jobs after that, it would give jobs,” he mentioned.

He additionally reiterated that the Modi authorities on the Centre has given extra money to Bihar than the Rs 1.25 lakh crore he had promised in the course of the 2015 polls.

He mentioned that underneath the Ujala scheme, 37 crore LED bulbs have been distributed throughout the nation, and out of that 1 crore 95 lakh have been distributed in Bihar itself.

“Modi-ji has taken Bihar from the lantern period to LED period,” he mentioned.

Lantern is the ballot image of the RJD.

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