Amit Shah targets RJD leader Tejaswi Yadav during 'Bengal Mission'
Amit Shah targets RJD leader Tejaswi Yadav during 'Bengal Mission'

Kolkata: The last phase of voting for the Bihar Legislative Assembly elections is scheduled on November 7. His statement has come out on the last day of campaigning, which was not seen in a single day in the election campaign. This statement is not from anyone else but Amit Shah. He has currently gone to Bankura on the 'Bengal Mission' and addressed people there. In his address, he has strongly attacked the Grand Alliance. He said, 'If Tejashwi Yadav knew about Bihar's budget, he would not promise one million jobs.'

Referring to RJD's rule of 15 years, Shah said, 'NDA is going to form a government with a majority in Bihar. The people of Bihar have not forgotten the 15-year rule of the RJD. Tejashwi Yadav promises anything without knowing anything. He said much more.' Earlier, Tejashwi Yadav had promised about giving jobs to the youth. In Bihar, the third and final phase of voting will take place on November 7 and the result will come on November 10.

Talking about the Union Home Minister Amit Shah, he strongly condemned the entire grand alliance including the RJD from West Bengal. Even though he was not involved in campaigning, he attacked fiercely in Bengal. Shah had reached Bengal on a two-day tour and during this time he attended several programs and addressed.

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