After Congress Party Chief Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi closely followed by Trinamool supremo Mamata Banerjee, now it’s turn for BJP to get stung by the Bihar Chief Minister. On Sunday, Nitish Kumar hit out hard at BJP saying that the full majority was given to him by the people of Bihar. But he insisted thatthose winning in his name had now betrayed him and thus they who seek votes in the name of caste and religion in the coming Lok Sabha polls will be defeated by none other than the common people. He said that he would not compromise with his political outlook at any cost and would ensure their total extinction from the state and country at large.
While addressing the Sankalp Rally of JD(U) at Gandhi Maidan in Lakhisarai, Nitish said communal parties and those engaged in spreading rumours (hinting at RJD) are day dreaming and are living in a make-believe world of their own. He urged the people to be alert against such communal and negative forces which are engaged in spreading hatred and dividing people.
The CM also went onto say that there is a clear wave against the Congress miserably failing to bring down inflation over long courses of time and are now crippled with several severe corruption charges against its top leadership as well as ministers. By fielding Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate, the BJP has also ruined its prospect of wrapping up the Central government in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls, barely a few months away.
Kumar said inclusive growth with justice is what he works for and he believes and he always tries to ensure that people irrespective of caste, creed, colour, religion and background get equal opportunities to enjoy the beneficiary acts of development by the state government of Bihar. He also requested the people to ensure the victory of JD(U) candidates from all 40 Lok Sabha constituencies so that Bihar is not ignored and accorded special status.
State JD(U) president Bashisth Narayan Singh, MP Rajiv Ranjan Singh Lallan from Munger, state party general secretary Bipin Yadav, agriculture minister Narendra Singh, housing minister Damodar Rawat, MPs Kahkashan Perwen, Ramnath Thakur, Budhdeo Choudhry and several legislators and leaders from Munger, Lakhisarai, Sheikhpura, Khagaria and Jamui districts falling under Munger division also presented their speech on the occasion.