PM Modi kicks off campaign with promise of ‘naya Bihar’, warns against Opp ‘misrule’

Written by Amitabh Sinha
, Harikishan Sharma
| Gaya, New Delhi |

Updated: October 23, 2020 7:58:47 pm





Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses a gathering during an election rally, in Sasaram, Friday, Oct. 23, 2020. (PTI)

Kicking off his election rallies in Bihar on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reminded people of the “misrule” of the 1990s, claimed that the NDA was in the process of making a “naya Bihar”, and accused the Opposition of obstructing the process, and trying to protect the interest of “brokers” by opposing every reform.

At three brief halts in Sasaram, Gaya and Bhagalpur, the Prime Minister also brought up a mention of the Galwan clash with China in June, in which soldiers of 16, Bihar Regiment had been martyred, and claimed that the Opposition was standing with forces that were trying to weaken India.

“Today, the situation has become such that these people (Opposition parties) do not hesitate to support people who are conspiring to weaken India… This country had been waiting for years to abrogate Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. We took the decision… but today these people are talking about reversing this decision. They are saying that if they come to power, they will bring back Article 370. And, see their audacity, they seek votes from the…

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