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Mr Rai said RJD chief Mr Prasad`s concerns were confined to his family only and he could not see beyond his family.
He said, Mr Prasad, who always projected himself as the ‘messiah of poor’ not only cheated down trodden people but also stabbed on their backs. He said that BJP workers would expose the RJD and Congress across the state and how both parties put stumbling blocks in the centre`s attempt to accord constitutional status to National Commission for Backward Classes. State BJP president said that RJD chief`s politics was based on falsehood and a person who had betrayed even Jai Prakash Narayan and Mr Lohia had no right to take a high moral ground.
He said , truth would prevail once again and Mr Yadav would be convicted in his new cases of corruption. He said Mr Yadav had accumulated wealth by indulging in corrupt practices.

Making an indirect reference to RJD, Mr Rai said it was disappointing how disturbances were created during Dusshera and Muharram as an attempt was made to disturb peace in the state.
He said, Bihar had got a good opportunity as NDA was in power both in the centre and also in the state. He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi was visiting the state to attend the centenary celebrations of Patna University.
He said, Prime Minister Mr Modi had a special affection for Bihar and so he had announced immediate financial assistance for flood victims and also provided help through other means.
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