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Amit Shah, Yogi to address rallies in Bihar

| | PATNA

Stepping up its attack on the Maha Gathbandhan Governent in Bihar, the BJP has planned rallies by prominent leaders of the party, including party chief Amit Shah and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adiyanath, by the end of this month.

To commemorate completion of three years of Narendra Modi-led Government, the BJP has decided to send its Chief Ministers to non-BJP ruled States to promote the works of the Centre. Shah is expected to address two rallies in Patna on May 27 and in Nalanda on May 30.

State BJP president Nityanand Rai said UP CM Yogi and Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya will address rallies in Bihar. He said the venue and dates have not been finalised, but most likely Maurya will address rally at Nalanda and Yogi’s rally would be held either in Patna or any other town.

Reacting to Yogi’s rally, RJD spokesman Manoj Jha said he would only vitiate the social atmosphere by enacting Saharanpur type violence in Bihar, but would not succeed in his gameplan.

 
 
 
 
 

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