Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a series of tweets ahead of the third and final phase of elections in Bihar on Saturday, hailed the state and listed the NDA’s contributions to its development. From agricultural programs to infrastructure development, he listed the NDA’s contributions to the state in a special appeal to its farmers, youth and women tonight. “Bihar has always considered the values of democracy to be supreme. This is why the people of Bihar prefer the politics of good governance,” he said in one of the tweets.
As opposition leader ministerial candidate Tejashwi Yadav’s pledge of 10 lakh jobs proves to be a huge draw to the population, Prime Minister Modi said the NDA has created large-scale job opportunities through the infrastructure development.
“Unprecedented investments in modern infrastructure are creating new job opportunities in Bihar,” he said in a message. “One crore lakh rupee is given to Bihar as part of Mudra Yojana and the Stand Up India program,” the tweet continued.
Only the NDA, he said, can offer “new opportunities for convenience, security, employment and self-employment” to young people in the state.
“No one has ever done as much as the NDA has done and is doing for farmers,” Prime Minister Modi said in another tweet.
“Mega food parks, modern cold chains, agro-industrial clusters will provide modern agricultural infrastructure in Bihar. An increasing number of agricultural commodity associations will increase the strength of small farmers, linking them to larger markets.” , we read in his tweet in Hindi.
In another tweet, he said: “From Jan Dhan to Mudra Loan Yojana, from Swachh Bharat Mission to Ayushman Bharat Yojana, from Ujjwala to Jal Jeevan Mission, Bihar has set important milestones at every stage of development”.
Earlier this week, Tejashwi Yadav posted a series of 11 questions on Twitter for Prime Minister Modi related to unemployment, migration and Bihar’s special status – which has been repeatedly denied by the central government.
The 31-year-old later accused the prime minister of using “personal beards” because he could not answer anything.
“I only ask him very respectful questions about jobs, health, agriculture, but he cannot talk about it. He cannot deliver work so he attacks me,” Tejashwi Yadav told GalacticGaming in About Prime Minister Modi’s “Jungle Raj ka Yuvraj”. mockery.
The prime minister’s reference was to the 15-year reign of Mr Yadav’s parents – Lalu Yadav and Rabri Devi – who has been targeted by rival parties over public order issues.
In that election, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who is seeking a fourth consecutive term, has repeatedly compared his 15-year tenure with Rashtriya Janata Dal’s 15-year reign under Lalu Yadav and Rabri Devi.