Bihar Assembly Election Pappu Yadav Says Twelfth Pass will

Bihar Assembly Election: Pappu Yadav Says – Twelfth Pass will give students scooters and students bikes

Addressing an election rally on behalf of Jap candidate Dr Brajesh Kumar Singh in Arat, Pappu Yadav, national president of the Jan Odhikar Party (LO), said the amount of each pension received by the poor would be at least Rs 3,000. Scooters will be provided for Inter Pass students and motorcycles will be provided to students. Our fight is against humanism. Here everyone will get his rights and entitlements from the point of view of equality. We are not talking about all this in the air. For this we have given an affidavit in the court. Also tell those who are talking about giving employment in the air that they should take an affidavit.

Pappu Yadav started the third day of his pledge journey from Patna’s Paliganj assembly constituency, where he sought a popular vote for PDA-backed Japar candidate Fazlul Rahman. Later, Pappu Yadav addressed a public meeting at Ara and Barahra, Rohta and Buxar in Bhojpur.

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Addressing an election rally in Paliganj Assembly, the President of Japan said that whenever there was no flood, drought, cold or coronavirus in Bihar, only me and my party stood by the people and helped them.

Pappu Yadav said that for 30 years you voted for Lalu-Nitish because farmers commit suicide, youth are unemployed, children are not educated, women are not safe? Now is the time for change. Within three months of our coming to power, the sand and land mafia, the criminals will be in jail. CCTV cameras will be installed everywhere.

Attacking Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Pappu Yadav said that Nitish Kumar did not leave his house even for a day due to the floods. When other state governments were calling for their student quotas, Nitish Kumar categorically refused to bring in students and left them on their own terms. I have brought thousands of students back by train and bus.

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Asked by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Pappu Yadav said, “Smart City, Make in India, Namami Ganges, what has happened to the Rs 160,000 crore package?” 140 million young people have lost their jobs and the economy has collapsed.

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