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RJD will draw a blank in 2019 Lok Sabha election: BJP

Patna, Oct 7 (UNI) Bihar BJP today claimed that RJD would draw a blank in 2019 Lok Sabha election and even RJD chief Lalu Prasad`s best attempts would not change its fortunes.

After the conclusion of the BJP`s two day state executive at Ramdeo Mahto conference hall in Patna City on the outskirts of the state capital, state BJP president and party MP Nityanand Rai told newspersons here that RJD was bound to be completely trounced in the 2019 Lok Sabha election and RJD chief could do little to change his party`s fortunes.
He said, RJD stood completely exposed before the people of the state and they were not ready to get swayed away by the party`s gimmicks anymore.

Mr Rai said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah were committed to according constitutional status to National Commission for Backward Classes. He said that a bill, which was tabled in Lok Sabha for the purpose was unanimously passed but it could not be ratified in Rajya Sabha due to opposition by the RJD and Congress.
Mr Rai said that RJD, which claimed itself as a staunch follower of Jai Prakash Narain and Ram Manohar Lohia had found no wrong in opposing the bill in Rajya Sabha.
He said, Congress and other parties which were persuing their agenda in the name of social justice were responsible for delay in according constitutional status to National Commission for Backward Classes.
He said, BJP had always worked for welfare of Dalits, backward castes and extremely backward castes.
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