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RJD making misleading promises for providing employment: Nitish

RJD making misleading promises for providing employment: Nitish

Patna, Oct 19 (UNI) Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, without taking the name of opposition leader Tejasvi Prasad Yadav on Monday alleged that some leaders were making misleading promises of providing employment to 10 lakh people of the state after coming to power.
Addressing electoral meetings in favour of National Democratic Alliance (NDA) candidates in Aurangabad, Gaya and Jehanabad, Mr Kumar described such leaders as immature and said that they are not projecting any blueprint from where they will bring money for so many jobs. One should have experience and understanding of state related issues before making such promises, he said and recalled the the Jungle Raj prevailed during RJD regime in this state and at that time Bihar was devoid of Infrastructures like electricity and roads.
Highlighting his achievements Mr Kumar said that the state was now progressing in every field whereas during RJD regime law and order was in shambles and the businessmen, doctors and other professionals were forced to leave the state.
Reiterating his commitment for development with Social Justice the Chief Minister said that he was trying to solve the problems of common people.
Speaking about is government's Jal Jeevan Hariyali mission Mr Kumar said that his government was trying to protect the environment by launching such schemes.
He further said that dalits section were exploited and utilised as vote bank by the previous government. Mr Kumar said that his government gave them their due right in every walk.
The Chief Minister said that is government is trying to bring every section of the society in the mainstream and for this he provided 35% reservation to the women in government job.
He assured to move forward judicious development and promised to provide all required facilities to the farmers and for agricultural development.
The chief minister attitude the voters of Tekari assembly to fulfill their demands related to new districts subdivisions and blocks.
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