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BJP`s "communal card" would not pay any dividend to it :Congress

Patna, Nov 6 (UNI) Congress today said the BJP would be completely routed in Bihar Assembly election as the people of the state were not swayed away by its communal card.
State Congress Spokesperson Suman Kumar Mallick said here that Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with his cabinet colleagues tried hard to salvage BJP`s position in the election but people were not ready to give any chance to the party.
He said both Mr Modi and union ministers made such remarks during their election speeches which were intended at dividing the society on the basis of religion but voters were not tempted by such a tactic.
The Congress leader said Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had already shown how development could take place if any work was being done with a right intention but Prime Minister Mr Modi did not take any concrete step, which could bring "acche din" (acche din) for the people.
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