Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to “stop a tongue (and) chest-thumping”, and broach a promises he done forward of a Lok Sabha polls.
“Show dignified courage. Accept insufficiencies in delivering on aged promises,” a Janata Dal-United personality pronounced in a array of tweets, forward of Modi’s choosing convene in Bhagalpur.
“Respect a sentiments of a people of Bihar who have been uneasy by your unkept promises and tasteless comments,” he said.
Asking Modi to take behind “your derogative words” done in progressing speeches, he said: “Deliver your guarantee of special standing to Bihar. Don’t trick with supposed package where 86 percent is repackaged aged schemes.
“Live adult to your 2014 choosing guarantee of decriminalisation and announce (that) no sheet (will be given) to possibilities with rapist background.”
The Bharatiya Janata Party and a allies will be pitted in a entrance public elections opposite a statute Janata Dal-United and a allies a Rashtriya Janata Dal and a Congress.