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‘Every Bihari Wants Respect Now’

On the campaign trail, Bihar CM believes his development plank will work with the electorate

‘Every Bihari Wants Respect Now’
‘Every Bihari Wants Respect Now’
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On the campaign trail, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar is full of confidence. He firmly believes his development plank will work with the electorate and that he will be able to take all sections of society with him. Nitish spoke to Outlook. Excerpts:

The last polls had an anti-Laloo plank. What is it this time?

The last election wasn’t fought on the anti-Laloo plank. Last time, people were sure that they wanted to vote for a clear-cut majority. This election is all about providing continuity.

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