Modi taunts Nitish, says PM of India can’t be ‘bahari’ (Part 1)

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Muzaffarpur, Oct 30 (ANI): Taking potshots at Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for calling him ‘bahari’, BJP’s star campaigner Narendra Modi on Friday said the jibe was baseless as he was the Prime Minister of India and not of Bangladesh, Pakistan or Sri Lanka. Prime Minister Modi, who was addressing a rally here, asked whether ‘bahari’ also applied to Congress president Sonia Gandhi who stays in Delhi. The Prime Minister said he was astonished that the grand alliance is getting impatient as this election is coming to an end. Continuing his tirade against Lalu Prasad Yadav, Prime Minister Modi said the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) supremo was genius in fooling the people of Bihar. Asserting that development is the solution to key problems in the state, Prime Minister Modi pointed out that the BJP-led NDA will form a government which is pro-poor. Batting for a corrupt-free government in Bihar, Prime Minister Modi said the NDA regime at the Centre has taken apt steps to end corruption in the last 16 months. Prime Minister Modi further said the youth in Bihar want to build the future of the state. Campaigning for the fourth phase of Bihar Assembly elections will come to an end this evening. This phase of election will be held on Sunday in 55 constituencies spread over seven districts

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