As he addressed a public rally in Phulparas constituency on Sunday, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar criticized the dynastic opposition policies and said the entire state was his family.
“For others the wife, son, daughter and limited members are families, but for me all of Bihar is my family. Serving people is my duty,” he said.
“Bihar was in a pathetic situation. A lot of crimes happened here. The rate of development was almost zero. We have controlled everything. We have kept saying from the beginning that we will follow the path of progress with justice.” , did he declare.
JD (U) has lined up Sheela Mandal of Phulparas to compete against Kripanath Thakur of Congress and Bonod Kumar Singh of Lok Jan Shakti party. In the last elections held in Bihar in 2015, Guljar Devi of JD (U) won by this seat.
Since the constituency’s National Democratic Alliance (NDA) candidate is a woman, the chief minister did not forget to mention the work her government is doing for the betterment of women.
“Women are given the respect they are due. There has been no female participation in public representation. We have provided them with a platform and a chance … Development is only possible if women have the opportunity to work side by side. In addition, we have done a lot for the upliftment of women, “he says.
The Bihar Assembly elections will take place in three phases on October 28, November 3 and November 7. Phulparas will go to the polls on November 3. The result will be announced on November 10.
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