‘Nitish govt excessive on energy and ego’: Sonia Gandhi reaches out to Bihar voters day earlier than polling


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‘Excessive on energy and ego’: Sonia Gandhi lashes out at Bihar govt in video message

Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday lashed out on the Nitish Kumar authorities, accusing it of ‘excessive on energy and ego’. In a video message launched a day earlier than the state goes to the polls for the primary part, she urged folks to vote for the Mahagathbandhan (grand alliance) which includes Congress, RJD, and Left events. Sonia stated that the grand alliance authorities will construct a “new Bihar”.

“Pricey my brothers and sisters of Bihar. Authorities in Bihar has gone astray. Excessive on energy and its ego, present Bihar authorities has deviated from its path. Neither their saying nor doing is nice. Labourers are helpless, farmers are anxious and youth are disenchanted. Public is with Congress Mahagatbandhan and it’s the name of Bihar,” Sonia stated in her 5-minute-long addres.

Sonia stated that Bihar is in disaster immediately, including that “dalits, backward persons are being subjected to steady oppression”.

“The governments in Bihar and the Centre are ‘bandi governments’. They solely know notebandi, lockdown resulting in financial disaster,” she stated.

 

The Congress is contesting on 70 of the 243 Meeting seats. Sonia has not addressed any public rally within the state thus far. The jap state is witnessing a detailed contest between the ruling NDA and the grand alliance of opposition events. Whereas the NDA is led by incumbent CM Nitish Kumar, the grand alliance is headed by RJD supremo Lalu’s son Tejashwi Yadav. 

In the meantime, voting within the first part on Wednesday will determine destiny of almost half-a-dozen ministers of Nitish Kumar cabinet-Krishnandan Varma, Prem Kumar, Jay Kumar Singh, Santosh Kumar Nirala, Vijay Sinha and Ram Narayan Mandal. The 71 constituencies going to vote in October fall in 16 districts, together with naxal-hit Gaya, Rohtas and Aurangabad.

Among the many outstanding events whereas RJD is contesting on 42 of the 71 seats within the first part, JD(U) candidates are in 41 constituencies, BJP (29), Congress (21) and LJP nominees are in fray at 41 locations.

The second and third part of polling might be held on November three and November 7, respectively. The outcomes might be declared on November 10. 

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