Addressing a Lok Sabha election rally in Bhagalpur of Bihar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also said the opposition wants to strip the armed forces of their special powers, while the NDA government strives to give full liberty to jawans to deal with terrorists and Maoists.
Launching his campaign in eastern India with a rally in Jeypore area of Odisha's Koraput district, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the NDA government wouldn't have been able to do any development work in the country without the support of the people.
In a series of tweets, LJP parliamentary board chairman Chirag Paswan expressed disappointment over “no headway” despite “a number of meetings with the BJP leadership” over the issue of seat-sharing in Bihar.
Most of the opposition leaders admit that they prefer state-wise alliances rather than a national alliance to strengthen their cadre base. Post-poll strategies could be worked out depending on the numbers, they say.
Dharmendra Pradhan, minister for petroleum & natural gas and skill development & entrepreneurship, tells Outlook that there are jobs in the country and more employment opportunities will be generated in the future.