BIHAR

Tejashwi asserts In the previous ten years, the NDA government has not kept its word

May 18, Patna Tejashwi Yadav, the head of the Rashtriya Janata Dal, has accused the National Democratic Alliance’s leaders of betraying their public pledges.

Speaking with reporters on Saturday in Chapra City, Bihar, Tejashwi stated: “The job that the Narendra Modi administration has done throughout its ten years in office should be made public. Despite handing the NDA administration a resounding majority, the people of Bihar are asking them what this state has achieved in the previous 10 years, according to Yadav.

“Rajiv Pratap Rudy is blatantly lying while making grandiose promises. Whose contribution is the double-decker bridge, Parsa bypass, and Garkha bypass? This whole project was completed by our government. Rajiv Pratap Rudy alone counts his accomplishments, but we had also begun construction of a four-lane road that would connect the Inai neighborhood to Doriganj, which is outside the city of Chapra. My autograph appears on all of these schemes. stated Yadav.

Tejashwi Yadav said, pointing to his party’s platform, “We will give Rs 1 lakh annually to poor women once our government forms at the center.” In addition, the cost of gas cylinders will decrease, and electricity prices will go down. Everybody will get 200 free units of power from us.

On Saturday, Tejashwi attended his older sister Rohini Acharya’s election campaign in Saran’s district headquarters, Chapra. She is running for the Saran constituency in the Lok Sabha election against Rajiv Pratap Rudy of the BJP. The election is scheduled for May 20.

 

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