Now all the parties are putting their full emphasis on the Bihar assembly elections. Meanwhile, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) -led Mahagathbandhan has pledged to change the government in Bihar on Saturday and released its resolution letter. While issuing this pledge, titled 'Pran Hamara, Sankalp Karan ka', Tejashwi Yadav from RJD once again reiterated his resolve to give employment to 10 lakh people after coming to power. On this occasion, all the leaders of the grand alliance including senior Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala were present.
While issuing the resolution letter, RJD leader Tejashwi said that after coming to power, the fees to be filled for the job applications will be waived and the fare for going to the examination center will also be waived.He said that if the people of Bihar allow their grand alliance to come to power, then the years-old demand of employed teachers will be met with 'equal work, equal pay'. The Mahagathbandhan's pledge has pledged to waive agricultural loans after coming to power while promising to open a labor disaster center in the state.Tejashwi once again reminded Nitish Kumar of demanding a special state status for Bihar, targeting him. He said that at present there is a double engine government in the center and the state, but Bihar could not get the status of a special state. He sarcastically asked if the President of the United States will come to Trump to grant special status.
Voting for the three-phase election for the 243-member assembly of Bihar will be held on October 28, November 3, and November 7, while the counting of votes will take place on November 10.
It is noteworthy that the RJD has entered the electoral fray with the Congress and the Left parties in this election.