Bihar election: Rajnath Singh praises Nitish, says 'There is no stain of corruption on him'
Bihar election: Rajnath Singh praises Nitish, says 'There is no stain of corruption on him'
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Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has recently shared his view on Bihar elections. He said, 'The whole wave is with the NDA at this time. By seeing the mood of the public in the meetings, it can be concluded that the NDA is going to get a two-thirds majority. Talking to a website, he said on the issue of giving special status to Bihar, "Any party will make the promise of special package, but how much the states have got can be known for seeing figures"

Apart from this, he went on to say that, 'Jammu and Kashmir also had special status, but how much development took place there'. Further, on the promise of Tejashwi Yadav's government job, Rajnath Singh said, 'If the leaders have given the assurances to the public since independence, if anything had been fulfilled, the picture of India would have changed already. This has created a crisis of trust. But there is no difference between our words and actions. We do what we say. '

Apart from this, he also talked to the double engine government in Bihar on development. He said, 'Non-UPA states were discriminated against when there was a UPA government at the Center. Whereas NDA does not cooperate on this basis. Modi government has given a lot to Bihar. With Nitish Kumar, there has been a lot of development in about 3 years and more work will be done in the next few years. He further praised the NDA government and said, "There is no corruption stain on the part of Nitish Kumar and Sushil Modi and people outside Bihar cannot even raise a finger. If there was truth in the allegations, Nitish Kumar would have stayed out today?

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