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Patna, Oct 28 : RJD supremo Lalu Prasad who had campaigned yesterday after six years in any election, in favour of his party candidates, by addressing public meetings for Tarapur and Kusheshwarsthan by-assembly polls, since 2015 Bihar Assembly Elections, today continued his diatribe against Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, saying there is no employment and business in the state under his regime.
Mr Prasad tweeted that there was no employment and business in Bihar, under the regime of Nitish Kumar. He squarely blamed the Chief Minister for the sorry state of affairs in Bihar where youths were not getting jobs and there was no trace of business activities as well.
RJD chief who had addressed his first election meeting in Tarapur assembly seat yesterday where by-election was underway, targeted the Chief Minister for his failures on all fronts including in providing jobs to youths. Mr Tejaswi Prasad Yadav, leader of the opposition and younger son of Lalu had also raked up the issue of jobs to youths during his campaign in both assembly seats of Tarapur and Kusheshwarsthan, where by-polls are underway.
Mr Kumar had lost his cool during public meeting in Tarapur on October 26 when some youths raised slogans about failure of his government in providing jobs to them. He had dubbed them as planted and instigated by opposition parties. Like Bihar Assembly elections in 2020, RJD successfully managed to raise the issue of employment during ongoing Assembly by-polls, claimed Tejaswi Prasad Yadav and alleged that instead of giving replies to genuine concern of youths, Mr Kumar lost cool.