New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that after the first phase of voting in Bihar Assembly elections, it is now clear that Nitish Kumar is all set to form government again. Also Read - 10 Years Later, How Bihar CM Nitish Kumar Banks on PM Modi to Win Assembly Elections
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“Voting in the first phase has indicated huge gains for NDA, this has left opponents frustrated,” PM Modi said at the rally.
He added, “Political pundits have been proven wrong in first phase of Bihar polls, which saw large voter turnout despite Covid-19,”
Taking a dig at a recent video of RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, PM Modi said “Opponents are frustrated and have begun to vent ire by shoving own supporters.”
In another swipe at the Mahagatbandhan’s Rahul Gandhi and its CM candidate Tejashwi Yadav, PM Modi said that the NDA defeated “double-double yuvraj” in Uttar Pradesh elections and the “double-double yuvraj” will meet same fate in Bihar. “I am sure that with your vote you will save Bihar from getting ‘bimaar’ (sick),” PM Modi said.
PM Modi added, “Recently, our neighbor (Pakistan) accepted complicity in Pulwama attack. It exposed those who doubted valour of sons of Bihar.”
He also said, “NDA government ensured kitchen fires kept burning in homes of poor during corona pandemic.”