Prime Minister Narendra Modi kicked off his election rally in Bihar today for the upcoming Assembly elections. Addressing his first election rally, PM Modi paid tributes to the soldiers from the state who laid down their lives in the Galwan Valley Clash and the Pulwama attack.
“Sons of Bihar lost their lives in Galwan Valley for the tricolour and ensured Bharat Mata’s head is held high. Jawans of Bihar were also martyred in Pulwama attack. I bow my head at their feet and pay respects,” PM Modi said.
Highlighting the NDA rule, PM Modi said, ” The people of Bihar cannot forget the day when sunset meant all work had to be stopped. Today there are light, roads and the most important thing there is that environment where the state’s common resident can live without fear.”
The Prime Minister also remembered former Union Minister late Ram Vilas Paswan and former RJD leader Raghuvansh Prasad Singh in his speech.
PM Modi appreciated the timely and quick work done by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in controlling the coronavirus spread in Bihar.