Bihar, 6th November: Two days to go for the final phase of voting in the Bihar assembly elections, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said he is not concerned by crowds at Tejashwi Yadav’s rallies as people of Bihar remember the jungle raj days.
Amit Shah, who is on a two-day visit to West Bengal speaks about Bihar elections, where the existing NDA (composed of BJP and JDU) is contesting the Mahagathbandhan (Congress and RJD). Home Minister confidently said that the NDA will win with a majority and form a government under the leadership of CM Nitish Kumar.
“We will win with a good majority in Bihar. The jungle raj has disappeared from the state under the leadership of CM Nitish and six years ago since Modiji came to power, the Centre has supported Bihar financially and also in policymaking so that the state can progress. And the people of Bihar are well aware of this,” Amit Shah said.
Photos and videos from the rallies of Tejashwai Yadav with grounds brimming with people have gone viral on social media. However, for Union Home Minister said that the crowd at Tejashwai’s rally is not a cause of concern.
“The crowds at Tejashwi’s rally are not our concern. I just want to say that the promise of providing 10 lakh government jobs shows that he does not have proper knowledge about the budget of Bihar. If he would have studied the budget, he would have known this is impossible to do,” Amit Shah added.