BJP President JP Nadda on Saturday asserted that NDA ismoving towards a historic victory in Bihar. At a roadshow in Hajipur, attacking the opposition, Nadda said: ” The public has once again made up its mind to teach a lesson to those doing politics of lies, loot, fear and corruption. ”
Meanwhile, in his latest attack on Nitish Kumar, RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav alleged that 60 scams worth Rs 30,000 crore have taken place under the chief minister’s term till date. He added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had himself counted 33 of the total five years ago when the BJP and JD(U) were not in alliance during the 2015 assembly polls. “The scams are related to paddy, toilet construction and scholarships,” he tweeted.
In other news, observers have not recommended reelections in any of the 71 seats that went to polls in the first phase of the Bihar assembly elections on October 28, sources in the Election Commission told news agency PTI on Friday. State Chief Electoral Officer H R Srinivas, in his report based on inputs provided by returning officers and district election officers, said that repolling was not required in any of the seats, they added.