Voters eager to punish BJP-JDU alliance in Bihar: Cong

New Delhi, June 7 (IANS) The Congress has slammed the Bhartiya Janata Party for online Bihar rally, saying that promises made in pandemic are unfulfilled by the government and voters are going to punish the ruling alliance of the BJP-JD(U) in Bihar.

Congress spokesperson Jaiveer Shergill said, “During ‘online' Bihar rally, BJP should have explained why till date ‘offline' promise of special package has not been fulfilled, why sons/daughters were made to wait in-line for over 60 days to return to their home; voters are eager to punish BJP-JDU thugbandhan for betraying the people.”


Home Minister Amit Shah held a virtual rally where he addressed workers at 72,000 booths in Bihar and said that the central government ferried 1.25 crore people to their destinations. Shah also targeted former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and said that she is now gone but the poverty has not, but what Modiji has said is being done.

Amit Shah, addressing virtual rally on Sunday, said, “India will get back on its feet with ‘Aatma Vishwas' and by being ‘Atmanirbhar'” (self confidence and self reliant).

Slamming the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Shah said, “This is not an election/political rally, but it is a rally to bring the people of the country together in our fight against Covid pandemic.”

Talking about national security issue, the Union Home Minister said, “Uri and Pulwama happened during our time and we have prompt response by conducting surgical strikes and airstrikes.”



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