Jharkhand Election 2019: P. Chidambaram targets BJP, says "Government closed more than 4000 schools"
Jharkhand Election 2019: P. Chidambaram targets BJP, says
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Former Union Minister P Chidambaram has retaliated on the BJP's allegation, in which questions have been raised on his bail order. Explain that he is bail in the INX Media corruption case. Chidambaram, who arrived here on Friday to appeal for votes for the Congress and its allies, said that the BJP leaders should read the bail order of the Supreme Court properly before making allegations. Chidambaram described the incident of the killing of miscreants in Hyderabad as an issue of investigation. Said that the encounter is real or fake, it will be known only by the investigation.

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He targeted the central and state government and took a few points of the Congress manifesto and appealed for the vote. He termed the country's economy as a threat and also claimed that the Modi government at the Center and the government headed by Chief Minister Raghuvar Das in Jharkhand were unacceptable. P Chidambaram was seen to be rescued from many questions during a press conference at the Congress headquarters. He urged to keep the press conference around the election.

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In his statement, Chidambaram claimed that the Congress, along with its allies Jharkhand Mukti Morcha and RJD, would give a capable government in Jharkhand, but could not answer the question of how Congress was ultimately a prisoner of Lalu Prasad and ever a BJP ally They are claiming a capable government with the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha. On being told by Congress spokesperson Sambit Patra to be riding on a 'bell-cart', he said that the BJP should answer how many jobs were created in Jharkhand. Government jobs are lying vacant. The government has closed more than 4000 schools.

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