JP Nadda Praises PM Modi At Bihar Elections Victory Speech
The BJP’s national president spoke about the various welfare schemes initiated by the NDA in Bihar and said that the people of the state chose progress over violence and hooliganism
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President JP Nadda was all praise for Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he addressed a cheering crowd at the BJP headquarters in Delhi yesterday post the National Democratic Alliance’s (NDA) Bihar victory. Talking about the various welfare schemes initiated in Bihar under the guidance of PM Modi, Nadda said that the people of the state chose Vikasraj (progress) over Gundaraj (hooliganism).
Applauding programs like the Garib Kalyan package, that gave 80 crore people free rice, lentil and wheat from March till November through the Coronavirus pandemic, the politician said that the people of Bihar were extremely satisfied with the BJP-Janata Dal United (JDU) governance.
He further accused the opposition parties in the state of spreading misinformation and negative news about Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and the BJP before the elections. The party president spoke about projects initiated by the central government in Bihar including highway and road construction initiatives and the establishment of the Patna All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).
Whether it was the free distribution of cylinders for three months to 8 crore women during the health crisis or the transfer of 500 rupees to 20 crore women’s accounts, JP Nadda said that the double engine government in Bihar has been accepted again because of its vast range of commendable public service.
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