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Coronavirus Lockdown: Ruling Parties,Opposition Launch Poll Campaign For Bihar
The lack of any communication from Chief Minster, explaining the decisions, has worsened the situation, the parties feel.
Coronavirus Lockdown: Ruling Parties, Opposition Launch Poll Campaign For Bihar
New Delhi: For the coming assembly election in Bihar all the three key parties of Bihar, the ruling BJP, and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal-United and opposition Laloo Yadav's Rashtriya Janata Dal.will formally launch their election campaign.
In the state, Amit Shah will address his first digital rally, directed at the 1 lakh party workers spread across 243 assembly constituencies of the state. The sources in the party said that the thrust of his speech will be the successes of the Narendra Modi government over the last six years.
Also, he is likely to reiterate that the assembly elections of Bihar, due in October or November, that will be contested under the leadership of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
The virtual rally is scheduled to take place around 4 in the evening the opposition RJD has started its virtual protest against it clanging utensils.
RJD leader Rabri Devi, Tejashwi Yadav, and Tej Pratap Yadav were seen clanging utensils outside their home in Patna. The party through its protest is also highlighting the situation of migrant workers, which is one of the key issues being flagged by the opposition.
Tejashwi Yadav on Saturday had reached the party office and put up a poster with questions directed at Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
During the coronavirus lockdown last 75 days the chief minister who hasn't addressed a sine press conference, meanwhile has started a video conferencing with his party workers. The plan is to touch base with the party presidents of seven districts via video conference.
Allies Ram Vilas Paswan's Lok Janshakti Party and BJP feel that the image of the Chief Minister who was earlier dubbed "Sushashan Babu"(Mr. Good Governance), has taken a beating over the migrants' issue.
Despite spending Rs 8,500 crore under various schemes, controversial decisions like stopping the special trains in March and refusing to pay for the train's journey has generated a lot of anger among the voters, feel the parties.
The parties also feel that the lack of any communication from the Chief Minister, explaining the decision has worsened the situation.