Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday attacked Lalu Prasad Yadav and his spouse and former CM Rabri Devi as he sought to remind the brand new era concerning the ’15 years of jungle raj’ within the state. Addressing his second digital rally, Nitish stated that Bihar’s development fee is the best within the nation and has turn out to be a reason behind jealousy for some folks. Enlisting the event work performed by him, the CM stated that his authorities has established the rule of regulation within the state.
“Earlier folks in Bihar couldn’t get out of their home within the night. Now we have performed improvement work and established the rule of regulation. As we speak Bihar ranks 23rd in crime instances,” he stated. “Now we have labored. Earlier than us, the husband-wife acquired to rule right here however what did they do? What was the standing of the regulation? Folks rightly say that the brand new era ought to be advised about jungle raj in Bihar.”
Nitish stated that his authorities labored to develop the well being sector, roads, and schooling.
The CM stated that girls empowerment is among the essential focuses of this election as he spoke concerning the promise to supply monetary help to women to pursue larger schooling. “To inspire for larger schooling, monetary help of Rs 25,000 will probably be given to single ladies on passing the intermediate examination and Rs 50,000 to ladies on passing commencement,” he stated.
Nitish then went on to say that Bihar’s coronavirus restoration fee is larger than the nation’s common. With out naming anybody, he stated that folks converse with out figuring out something concerning the work authorities did throughout the pandemic.
“Corona is being investigated probably the most in Bihar. With 84 per cent, Bihar’s corona restoration fee is larger than the nation’s common,” he stated. The CM stated that his authorities organized quarantine centres for 1.5 million folks for 14 days and offered them with monetary help and meals grains.
The three-phase elections in Bihar will happen between October 28 and November 7. The primary section on October 28 will cowl 71 seats, and the second section on November three will see polling happening throughout 94 seats. The third and remaining section on November 7 will embody the remaining 78 seats. The counting of votes will happen on November 10.