Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday raked up Ayodhya situation at an election rally in Darbhanga. He mentioned that the Ram temple development has begun and people who “taunted us over delay are clapping in applause”.
“A grand Ram Temple is being built in Ayodhya… those in politics who used to ask us a date (of temple construction) are now compelled to applaud… It is the identity of BJP and NDA, we do what we promise,” the PM mentioned as he invoked the imagery of Goddess Sita and her father Janaka, the king of Mithila of which this north Bihar city turned the capital afterward.
PM Modi, who shared the stage with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, lavished reward on the latter, calling him the “bhaavi mukhyamantri” (potential CM) and crediting him with Bihar’s financial turnaround. Hitting out at the RJD, PM Modi urged folks to not vote for these who introduced jungle raj in Bihar.
“People of Bihar have taken a resolve to again defeat those who brought ‘jungle raj’ in the state, those who looted Bihar. These are the people under whose government crime was rampant in the state,” the PM added.
He mentioned that the NDA is dedicated to growth of Bihar and requested folks to be watch out for these greedily eyeing funds meant for state’s welfare.
“Those preceded us in govt too obsessed with their ‘commission’, never cared about connectivity in regions like Mithila,” he mentioned.
The Prime Minister additional talked about that the constructing of AIIMS in Darbhanga will give nice comfort to Mithilanchal. “Over Rs 1,200 crore has been sanctioned for Darbhanga AIIMS. With the construction of AIIMS here, people will not only get better health facilities, but seats for medical education will also increase.”
The Prime Minister additionally urged folks to request everybody to observe all precautionary measures towards coronavirus. “I pray for the speedy recovery of everyone who has been infected with the disease,” he mentioned.