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Will fulfil promises under Nitish's leadership : Narendra Modi

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New Delhi , 11 Nov 2020

Amid cheering crowds at BJP headquarters here, Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked the people for reposing faith in BJP and NDA.Ending suspense on the new Bihar government, the Prime Minister said, "Under the leadership of Nitish Kumar the NDA workers will fulfil poll promises and oath given to people for development."He said, "despite 15 years of rule the people have given mandate to the NDA for development of the state, those who thought they can win with other issues have been proven wrong."From Kashmir to every part of the country the BJP has gained electorally because its mantra is service and development," he said.He also attacked the opposition political parties without taking names he said either there are family parties or parties controlled by family.Attacking Congress, Modi said even the oldest party is in grip of a family but now the people know of it.Modi said "silent voters have become asset to the party and women is the silent voter which is giving BJP chance after chance."He also said new India is rising amid challenges and no pandemic can stop it as he thanked the people for participating in the democratic process during Covid times.He said many important decisions were taken during Covid, from farm laws to many initiatives. He thanked the people of Bihar particularly and said that party will take new development initiatives in the state.He also warned parties indulging in violence and said that this could not be tolerated.However said BJP will fullfill the promises under Nitish Kumar and he praised party chief J.P. Nadda for the strategy he made for the party in Bihar.In a close election in Bihar, BJP emerged as the second largest party and NDA has retained power after 15 years of rule.

 

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