Rahul Gandhi targets PM Modi and CM Nitish Kumar, says, 'Could not fulfil previous promises and now asking for votes'

Madhepur: The third phase of voting for the Bihar assembly elections is going to be held on November 7. In such a situation, the leaders and MLAs are still engaged in campaigning. Recently,  While addressing an election rally in Madhepura,Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has once again accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of ignoring the Coronavirus crisis, unemployment, problems of farmers and small traders. Alleging this, he said on Wednesday that these leaders who did not fulfill the previous promises are now seeking votes from the people in the elections.

He said, "Six years ago, Prime Minister Modi said that every year two crore youth will get employment. Got it? Nitish Kumar had said that I will change Bihar, but did Bihar change ...? "With this Rahul also said," In this election, the same youth ask them why did not give us employment, then Nitish ji Threatens. '' Subhashini Yadav, daughter of former JDU president Sharad Yadav, is contesting from Bihariganj in Madhepura.

Rahul asked votes and praised her. He said, 'She has learned a lot from the senior socialist leader. To fight the coronavirus, Prime Minister Modi said 'clap,'. After this, he lit the light of the mobile phone and said that the coronavirus infection is going to end in 22 days but the corona continues to spread. The system is destroying the Mandi system all over India. Rahul alleged that the government wants to benefit industrialists as middlemen. ' 

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