Samastipur (Bihar): RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav on Saturday alleged that rampant corruption particularly at the lower level of bureaucracy is prevailing in Bihar and claimed that the days of the present government are numbered.
"The people are fed up with the corruption in Bihar and they want to get rid of Nitish Kumar-led government," he said at a public meeting.
It is only after sensing the public mood and the anger at the NDA government that the RJD has set out on public awareness campaign against prevailing corruption, lawlessness, rising crime rate and atrocity against minorities, Prasad said.
Lalu exuded confidence that the people of Bihar will throw out the NDA government on the first opportunity.
He exuded confidence that the people of Bihar will throw out the NDA government on the first opportunity. The RJD supremo urged all sections of the society to support his campaign against the NDA government and give another opportunity to his party to rule the state and bring development.
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