Katihar (Bihar): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday hold RJD arch Lalu Prasad and CM Nitish Kumar accountable for Bihar’s backwardness, while propelling a electorate to give NDA a possibility to put a state on trail of growth over a subsequent 5 years.
“If Bihar lags behind other states in terms of road, education, health and cultivation infrastructure, a burden rests with Lalu Prasad and Nitish Kumar who together ruled a state over a past entertain century,” he told an choosing public in Barari public constituency.
Singh, a comparison BJP leader, ridiculed Kumar for seeking votes in a name of growth and questioned his “audacity” to do so after carrying unsuccessful to do anything inestimable for a raise of Bihar during his decade-long rule.
He also castigated a Bihar Chief Minister for posterior “casteist and community politics” to obstruct developmental aspirations of a people for that a BJP-led bloc was rooting for during electioneering for Bihar.
“We have a plain lane record carrying carried out growth in states like Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh,” Singh pronounced and appealed to a electorate in Bihar to give one event to a NDA to “turn around a fortunes of a state (Bihar) and a people.”
The Union Minister also showered regard on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for enhancing India’s status abroad and asked a people of Bihar to repose faith in him and opinion NDA to energy in a state.