Modi takes on Nitish, accused him of back-stabbing Bihar


Muzaffarpur: Kicking off NDA’s poll campaign in Bihar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took on former NDA alley and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for back-stabbing the people of Bihar. Addressing a rally at Muzaffarpur in Bihar he also said that there are some problems with his DNA.

He even targeted Kumar for teaming up with Lalu Prasad Yadav’s RJD saying that he was trying to restore ‘jungle raj’ in the state and asked voters to reject them.

He also announced that Bihar will be given a special package of more than 50,000 cr which will be announced after the Monsoon session of the Parliament concludes.

He said, “During the last elections, Kumar had said that if he was unable to provide electricity to entire Bihar, he would not come to ask for votes again in 2015…But have you got the electricity? It has not come. But he has come to ask for votes. He betrayed your trust. Forget me, he even back-stabbed you. Such people cannot be trusted again.”

Speaking over the issue of racism he said that Kumar was practicing the policy of ‘political untouchability in the state by removing ‘mahadalit’ Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi from his position who left JD(U) and formed HAM and joined hands with the NDA.