“COULD FEEL THE WINDS OF CHANGE IN BIHAR” SAYS PRIME MINISTER NARENDRA MODI IN HIS ADDRESS AT GAYA

Gaya/Bihar (ANI): Taking the battle to Nitish Kumar’s turf, Prime Minister Narendra Modiaddressed a massive rally in Gaya, claiming that he could feel the winds of change in Bihar.

Accusing the Bihar administration of arrogance by turning back development aid from Delhi, Modi added that the forthcoming elections would signal the end of ‘jungle raj’ in the state, as the people have decide to change their fortunes.

“This election is about making Bihar free from ‘jungle raj’ and an arrogant government. I can see that the people of Bihar have decided upon two things. First is the development of Bihar and second is change,” Prime Minister Modi said at his mega ‘parivartan’ rally in Gaya.

“The number of people has doubled in Gaya from the last time when I came to the city during the Lok Sabha polls. The increase in numbers shows which way the wind is blowing,” he added.

The Prime Minister claimed that his party had the wherewithal to foster change in Bihar’s education sector, thereby altering the destiny of the state.

“Isliye, pichhli baar mai aya tha to maine kaha tha, RJD ka seedha seedha matlab hai ‘Rozana Jungle Raj ja Darr’ (That’s why, I said when i was here the last time, that the RJD had very plainly advocated the rule of fear through jungle raj),” Modi said. (ANI)