Jitan Ram Manjhi, former Chief Minister of Bihar, has termed the Sankalp Rally in Patna organized by NDA was a “big flop”, claims that the rally miserably failed to draw the attention of a large number of crowd.

Mr. Manjhi claims that “the way in which the government machinery was blatantly and openly misused the Rally failed to attract the crowd. It would not be an exception if we say the Rally was a big flop.”

He continued that the weak response to the rally has affected Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was apparently very low on energy, reports the former Chief Minister of Bihar.

Mr. Manjhi also mocks Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for participating in the Sankalp Rally rather than visiting the family of CRPF jawan from Bihar, who dies in an encounter with a terrorist in J&K.

He was quoted saying, “At least the Chief Minister should have gone but he gives more importance to the rally over the martyred soldier.”

On Sunday, at the Sankalp Rally organized in Patna, CM Kumar has praised PM Modi for the way he has handled the recent challenges, which emerges in the country out of terrorism.

Mr. Manjhi continued that “Under Prime Minister Modi Ji, the Central government took an initiative. Armed forces were authorized to punish terrorists. The entire nation got united against terrorism.”

Nitish Kumar also praised IAF Pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, adding that “the Wing Commander Abhinandan was released within 60 hours. I congratulate the Government of India and Modi ji for this. Greetings to Abhinandan as well.”

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar further claims that the NDA government will also win 40-seats in the forthcoming Lok Sabha Elections from Bihar, and also predicted that the next government at the Centre will be formed under PM Modi’s leadership by NDA government.

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