Without naming the RJD, Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said why the main opposition party was ashamed of its legacy. After all, why the picture of the two former prime ministers (Lalu-Rabri) is missing from the poster. Why the legacy needed to be hidden. It is clear that the opposition has nothing to show. The BJP will definitely ask this question in the Assembly elections.
At a press conference at the state BJP office on Saturday, the Union Minister claimed that everything was fine in the NDA. As for the speech that the LJP is making, it will be fixed through discussion. We will fight together. When the NDA top leaders sit down, all issues will be resolved. The Union Minister said that the decision on seat sharing should be taken by the selection committee. There is no conflict anywhere. Soon everything will be settled.
Asked to include seven decisions-two in Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s BJP manifesto, Ravi Shankar Prasad said wait till our party’s manifesto is published. However, the development of Bihar has been discussed in seven definitions. Development is the NDA’s first priority. The NDA led by Nitish Kumar is contesting. NDA leader Nitish Kumar and national leader Prime Minister. The principle is clear the team has better coordination. It claimed that the NDA would win.
The BJP was at the forefront of digital campaigning, citing elections in the Corona era. When the other team tried, it was ruined. Citing the work being done by the central and state governments, he said the Prime Minister has a special affection for Bihar. This 1.25 lakh crore package or NH, power project, Bihar was given priority among all. By March, the optical fiber will be spread in all the villages of Bihar. The 94.44 crore people of Bihar were provided 45 lakh metric tonnes of foodgrains free of cost. Twenty-five million women were given Rs 1,500 crore in cash. 5904 crore was given to 15 lakh thousand 3 thousand farmers.
Regarding drug connections in Bollywood, the Union Minister said that the NCB is working. The BJP has condemned the attack on the office. Newly appointed National Spokesperson, Legislative Councilor Sanjay Mayukh, State Spokespersons Prem Ranjan Patel, Ajfar Shamsi and Vivekananda Paswan, Rakesh Kumar Singh, Ashok Bhat, Rajesh Jha Raju, Pankaj Singh were present on the occasion.