'Bihar will not forget RJD's rule...', Amit Shah roared in Arrah

Patna: Union Home Minister Amit Shah is on a one-day visit to Bihar today. Amit Shah arrived at Jagdishpur in Bhojpur district on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Veer Kunwar Singh and his address has begun. At the outset of his address, Amit Shah paid tributes to Veer Kunwar Singh and said that his sacrifice did not find a place in history.  

Along with this, while attacking the opposition, he said that the people of Bihar will never be able to forget the rule of the RJD. He said that I did not expect this when the Bihar unit and Nityanand Rai ji took time from me for this function. He said that thousands and lakhs of people will show the flag of nationalism on this land by carrying the tricolour. He said, 'I have gone to many functions and rallies, but today the feeling of patriotism is visible here today. I am really speechless seeing today. I have never seen such a function in my life.

Amit Shah said, 'Today we all have come here to pay tribute to Babu Veer Kunwar Singh. The Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi, has decided to celebrate the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence in the 75th year of independence. Attacking the opposition, he said that Bihar has also seen the previous governments. The people of Bihar will never forget the rule of RJD. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has been accorded a warm welcome on the huge stage in Arrah. He was honoured by wearing a turban and presented with a sword. Thereafter, the Home Minister greeted the people by waving a sword. At the same time, due to this, garlands of rose flowers and makhana were garlanded.

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