Tejashwi Yadav said, “Even after that, there have been thousands of crores of scams including Srijan scam, Paddy scam, Toilet scam, Scholarship scam.”
Patna| Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address four public meetings on Sunday to promote the Bihar Assembly elections. With the second phase of polling just two days away, the political temperature has risen. In the latest attack on ruling BJP-JDU, Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav released the video of PM Modi levelling serious allegations against the current Chief Minister Nitish Kumar during the last election.
With this old video, Tejashwi wrote – “So far, 60 big scams worth 30000 crores have happened during the rule of the Nitish ji, out of which 33 were counted by the Honorable Prime Minister himself 5 years ago. Hear yourself…Even after that, there have been thousands of crores of scams including Srijan scam, Paddy scam, Toilet scam, Scholarship scam.”
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आदरणीय नीतीश जी के शासनकाल में अब तक 30 हज़ार करोड़ के 60 बड़े घोटाले हुए है इनमें से 33 तो माननीय प्रधानमंत्री जी आज से 5 वर्ष पूर्व स्वयं गिना रहे थे। खुद सुनिए..
उसके बाद सृजन घोटाला, धान घोटाला, शौचालय घोटाला, छात्रवृति घोटाले सहित हज़ारों करोड़ के अन्य घोटाले हुए है। pic.twitter.com/qlesTUUVb1
— Tejashwi Yadav (@yadavtejashwi) October 31, 2020
The first phase of voting has been held in Bihar. Now the second phase voting will be held on November 3 and the final phase will be on November 7, while the results will be announced on November 10. Recently, PM Modi also lashed out at the RJD while addressing a rally in Muzaffarpur, Bihar. The PM had said let alone the government jobs, if opposition RJD-Congress-Left comes to power even private companies giving jobs will run away from Bihar. Not only this, PM Modi called Tejashwi Yadav as the crown prince of Jungle Raj.
Addressing the rally in Muzaffarpur, PM Modi said that you can imagine, if there is an epidemic on the one hand and if the people of Jungle Raj come to rule, then it will be like a double hit on the people of Bihar.
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