Patna: In the first phase of voting for Bihar Assembly Elections 2020, there has been about a week. As soon as the date of October 28 draws near, the election campaign of all the parties has reached its peak. Tejashwi Yadav, son of RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav (Lalu Prasad Yadav), is also campaigning vigorously. There is a huge crowd in Tejaswi’s rallies. To get a glimpse of Tejaswi, people are attending their rallies from far off places, but during this time, pictures of social distancing are also coming out.
RJD leaders say that 7000-8000 people are reaching Tejashwi Yadav ‘s rallies and 15000 people in many places. Tejashwi wants to convey the message of the party to as many people as possible. 31-year-old Tejashwi Yadav is the face of the Chief Minister’s post from the Grand Alliance. Today (Wednesday) he will address about 12 meetings. While tweeting a video of a meeting, he writes, ‘Youth is not only excited but also conscious. This enthusiasm, passion, love and support of the youth shows that it needs development, education, health, employment, jobs and a golden future. In Paliganj, addressed the huge public support in favor of Sandeep Sourav, young candidate of Mahagathbandhan. Jai Hind, Jai Bihar.
BJP has also taken a dig at the massive gathering of people in Tejashwi Yadav’s rallies. Party spokesman Shahnawaz Hussain said that most of the rallies have been held in areas where the RJD is in a strong position. RJD supporters reached there in large numbers. He said that if you look at the last election, there was no connection with the results of the crowd in the rallies.
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Let us know that in the 2015 elections, RJD chief Lalu Yadav himself was leading the election campaign. RJD got 80 seats that year. Nitish Kumar’s JDU had won 71 seats and Congress had 27 seats. Senior RJD leader Shivanand Tiwari says, “A large number of people are attending Tejashwi’s rallies, proving that there is a huge anti-incumbency wave in the state.”
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Tejashwi is putting the RJD’s election promises to the public without any hesitation in his meetings. He is putting the issue of employment in Bihar in front of the people. Tejashwi has promised that once his government is formed 10 lakh people will be given jobs. He has also made an election promise to pay equal pay, regularize contractual employees, increase the salary of grassroots-linked administration employees and end corruption. In his meetings, he is also making a lot of mention about the hardships faced by the laborers of Bihar during the stunning lockdown.