The Bharatiya Janata Celebration and Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Friday intensified their assaults on the Rashtriya Janata Dal whereas campaigning for the second part of state meeting elections.
Whereas 46 BJP candidates are contesting the elections within the second part, JD(U) has fielded 43 candidates.
Addressing election conferences at Siwan and Begusarai, BJP president JP Nadda hit out at RJD chief Tejashwi Yadav saying “your thoughts is locked”.
“I used to be simply listening…Tejashwi, he mentioned ‘its landlocked’. It’s not landlocked, your thoughts is locked. This isn’t a narrative of ‘landlocked’. Your thoughts is locked,” Nadda mentioned, referring to Tejashwi’s persistent assault in opposition to the CM over his comment that Bihar couldn’t be industrialised because the state is “landlocked”.
Nadda additionally attacked RJD supremo Lalu Prasad, underlining the celebration’s fame of preferring muscle energy to training underneath the previous chief minister.
“Lately even Tejashwi Yadav has began saying we’ll do that, we’ll do this. However who can belief you in an election? Those that have achieved one thing good previously will achieve this sooner or later. Previously they (RJD) held ‘Tel Piyawan, Danda Bhanjan’ rally and in future too they are going to solely wield lathis and do nothing else,” Nadda mentioned. He was referring to a ‘Tel Piyawan, Danda Bhanjan’ (dipping lathis in oil and wielding them to say energy) rally held by the RJD in 2003, two years earlier than the celebration was ousted from energy in Bihar.” the BJP chief mentioned.
“Do you need to gentle a lantern or an LED bulb? A ‘loot raj’ or a ‘kanoon raj’? Bahubal (strongmanship) or vikasbal (growth)?” Nadda requested.
In his election speeches, chief minister Nitish Kumar hit out at RJD chief Lalu Prasad and his spouse Rabri Devi, each former chief ministers.
Describing the RJD rule as a story of missed alternative, the CM mentioned, “Neither Lalu Prasad nor his spouse Rabri Devi did something for the empowerment of girls, even after lording over the affairs of the state for 15 years.”
“What may be anticipated of their future guarantees, when they didn’t empower half of the inhabitants whereas remaining in energy. How can any state prosper with out ladies’s contribution and partnership in shaping the future of the state,” the CM requested.
In the meantime, Tejashwi, the CM candidate for the Grand Alliance or the ‘Mahagathbandhan’, attacked the BJP-led central authorities for inflation. “Inflation has made the lifetime of widespread folks depressing. Inflation now has change into a Bhabhi (sister-in-law) for the BJP whereas it was daine (witch) throughout UPA rule,” he mentioned at a rally in Begusarai.