Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah today criticised the opposition parties in Jharkhand while addressing a rally in Simdega for the second phase of Assembly elections and accused them of forming an unstable and corrupt government in the state.
He said they fight the elections separately, but after the elections they unite to form an unstable and corrupt government. “Do you think if Lalu, Nitish, Shibu Soren and Babu Lal form a government here, they will allow Prime Minister Narendra Modi to do development works here?” he asked.
He urged the people to vote for the BJP and reminded them that Jharkhand was carved out of Bihar when Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the country’s Prime Minister.”The development of Jharkhand is possible only when there is a BJP government in the State.” he added.
“Jharkhand is blessed with natural resources, this land has abundant coal and iron ore, but still the people here are poor. The reason is because Jharkhand never had a full majority government. So, I urge you to vote for the BJP and give us majority to form the government in the state,” he said.
Jharkhand witnessed an impressive 62 per cent voter turnout in the first phase of Assembly elections. The second phase polling will be held on December 2.