Bihar election: Tejashwi Yadav forgets candidate's name while seeking vote

Oct 30 2020 04:33 PM
Bihar election: Tejashwi Yadav forgets candidate's name while seeking vote

Patna: The first phase polling to be held in the Bihar assembly elections has been completed. The second phase of voting is going to take place. Polling will be held for 94 seats in 17 districts in the second phase. The major political parties are engaged in propaganda. During the election meeting held in Samastipur district today, RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav gave a great address from the stage but during this time he made a mistake.

During this time, he took the wrong name of his own candidate, after which the crowd who reached the meeting told him the right name. Tejashwi Yadav went to Vibhutipur in Samastipur to ask for votes for Ajay Kumar, the candidate of the grand alliance. There, he repeatedly said from the stage, 'You should give your vote for Amit Kumar.' Seeing him saying this for a long time, the crowd said, 'Ajay Kumar'. After hearing this, Tejashwi rectified his mistake and asked for votes for Ajay Kumar.

Ajay Kumar is the candidate for the Grand Alliance from Vibhutipur. Earlier, while addressing the meetings in Mahanar / Patepur (Vaishali), Tejashwi gave the address. During that time he had said that Nitish Kumar has done the work of cheating the people of Bihar in 15 years. Nobody got employment. The migration has increased and education has been completely destroyed. Who did not give employment to people in 15 years, now what will they do. '

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