New Delhi: Ahead of the third phase of the Bihar assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that the state is all set for change.
The Prime Minister is expected to address 15 more rallies over the next two weeks.
On Twitter, Modi wrote,
A day ago, party president Amit Shah said his party would form the next government in Bihar by winning polls with a comfortable majority.
Whereas, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of “lowering” the dignity of his post by using words like ‘shaitan'(devil) and ‘ahankari’ (arrogant) for political rivals and questioning their DNA.
“A Prime Minister can campaign for his party. But in Bihar elections, the PM has no control over language and is using words like ‘shaitan and ahankari for rivals and questioning their DNA,” Kumar said addressing an election rally at Lalganj in Vaishali district.
Few days ago, senior BJP leader Shatrughan Sinha blamed party leaders in Bihar for “cancellation” of rallies to be addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as star campaigner for the ongoing Assembly polls in the state.
Sinha, who has been lately making veiled attacks on the party leadership, also took potshot at the Prime Minister for the last minute “cancellation”.