Patna: The parley between the leaders of the rival parties has already begun on the pretext of the upcoming Bihar Vidhan Sabha Polls. The poll campaign was kicked off by Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself at Muzaffarpur where he termed the rival RJD as “Rojana Jungle Raj ka Darr.”
Reacting to the comments of the Prime Minister, RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav hit back at BJP calling it ‘Bharat Jalao Party.’
Amazed with the statement from the Prime Minister, the RJD chief said, “I never expected Prime Minister Narendra Modi will stoop so low. I am shocked that the PM called the RJD ‘Rojana Jungle Raj ka Darr’. We all know that BJP is ‘Bharat Jalao Party’. We all know what Modi has done in Gujarat. Modi is targeting us because he is intimidated by our strong presence.”
Modi attacked both Lalu Prasad Yadav and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar by saying that they play the politics of discrimination and he also announced a special financial package of 50,000 cr for Bihar after the monsoon session of the parliament concludes.