Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Monday focused RJD chief Tejashwi Yadav over the promise of “new Bihar” and pictures of his mother and father Lalu Prasad and Rabri Devi “missing” from the election posters and requested why he was “so ashamed” of the pictures of the occasion leaders who’re each former chief ministers of the state.
Mr Prasad, who addressed a rally in Purnia, mentioned Tejashwi Yadav’s mother and father dominated Bihar for 15 years as chief ministers.
“Someone is saying we’ll make a new Bihar. But in his poster of “New Bihar”, photo of his parents, who ruled the state for 7.5 years each, is missing. Why are you so ashamed of your parents’ photo?” he requested.
“This is because if their photos come, people will definitely ask about the kidnappings that took place in the Bhatta Bazar area of Purnia. People will recall how they had started leaving this place,” he added.
Mr Prasad together with BJP president JP Nadda campaigned for NDA”s candidate from Purnia constituency on Monday.
Both senior leaders of BJP as soon as once more raised the problem of “lawlessness” saying it was related to the rule of Lalu Yadav and Rabri Devi.
“This is up to you (people of Purnia) to decide whom do you want to bring in power,” Prasad mentioned, including that NDA will carry growth to the commerce right here whereas “kidnappings” would return if the voters don’t make the fitting electoral selection.
Voters of Purnia will seal the destiny of candidates within the final part of Bihar Assembly elections on November 7 within the third and final part of ballot. The BJP has been profitable the seat since 2000.