Bihar Assembly Elections 2020 (Bihar Election Just before the third and last phase of voting in 2020, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar announced his retirement, making a passionate appeal to the people of Bihar. Nitish Kumar has appealed to the platform during the election campaign in Dhamdaha of Purnia that this time the assembly election is his last. The appeal of Nitish Kumar has been targeted by Lok Janshakti Party President Chirag Paswan and RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav (Tejashwi Yadav).
On the appeal of Nitish Kumar, RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav said, “Respected Nitishji was not ready to accept the aspirations, expectations as well as the ground reality of Biharis. We have been saying from the beginning that he is completely tired and Today, finally, he accepted our defeat before the final phase and announced his retirement from politics and confirmed our point. “
At the same time, LJP President Chirag Paswan said that if the leader leaves the throne and runs away from the battlefield, what will the rest do? Now there is no existence of JDU. If Nitish Kumar is thinking that by making this announcement, he will be saved from the heat of investigation, then I will not let this happen. Chirag Paswan said, “Sahab has said that this is his last election. This time he has not given the account of the last 5 years and has already told that he will not come to the account next time. Do not give your rights to those who ask for your blessing tomorrow.” Won’t come. In the next election neither Sahab will remain nor JDU. Then who will we calculate? “
The LJP Chief further said that a single vote given to the JDU candidate will force your child to flee tomorrow. Don’t let Bihar go to waste anymore. All of you give your blessings to all the LJP and BJP candidates for the LJP-BJP government.
Appealing to the people to vote for the NDA for the development of Bihar, Nitish Kumar said, “Today is the last day of the election and the day after is the election, this is my last election. All is well, let me tell you. Will you vote for them or not. Raise your hands and tell me. ”