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Oct 23, 2020
7:32PM

Campaigning for 1st phase of Bihar Assembly elections reaches its peak

AIR
In Bihar, the campaigning for the First phase of elections has reached its peak.

Star campaigners and stalwarts of different political parties are addressing multiple rallies in a single day. The campaigning will end on Monday for this phase.

Polling will be held on 28th October in 71 assembly segments spread over 16 districts.

Senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today started his poll campaign with election rallies  from Hisua and Kahalgaon.

He alleged that NDA government both in Centre and state has failed to fulfill promises.

He said in Kahalgaon that the BJP is promising 19 lakh jobs at the time of elections but they must give account of their performance in the last seven years.

The Congress leader alleged that Narendra Modi led government has ruined the economy. Demonetization and GST has badly affected small merchants.

BSP chief Mayawati and RLSP president Upendra Kushwaha led Grand Democratic Secular Front (GDSF) today launched the poll campaign jointly from Kargahar in Rohtas districts.

Addressing a rally in Bhabhua Ms Mayawati said that the lockdown was a nightmare for migrant workers of Bihar.

BSP chief  criticized  the Nitish Kumar government for its failure to provide employment to migrants in their own state.

AIR correspondent reports that star campaigners of several political parties have hectic schedule and they are hopping from one constituency to another to woo the voters.

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