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PM Modi Fires Up Patliputra Rally, Slams Opposition and Pledges to Protect SC-ST-OBC Rights

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By Neeraj Kumar

Patna: Prime Minister Narendra Modi  (PM Modi) addressed an election rally in Patna’s Patliputra in support of BJP candidate Ramkripal Yadav. During his speech, he fiercely targeted the opposition, specifically accusing the RJD and Congress of supporting reservations based on religion.

From the stage in Patliputra, PM Modi vowed that as long as he is alive, he will protect Baba Saheb’s constitution and the rights of SC-ST and OBC communities. He accused the RJD of corruption, claiming that Lalu Yadav’s “lantern” only illuminated one household in Bihar, leaving the rest in darkness. Modi emphasized that the talk of religion-based reservations was a strategy to deprive SC-ST and OBC communities of their rights, benefiting those who engage in “vote jihad.”

Modi stated, “If the INDI alliance members want to be slaves to their vote bank and dance to their tunes, let them. But as long as I am alive, I will not allow reservations based on religion. I will not let anyone take away the rights of SC, ST, and OBC communities.”

In the electoral battle for Patliputra, Ramkripal Yadav of the BJP is up against Lalu Yadav’s elder daughter, Misa Bharti, of the RJD. Misa Bharti has lost this seat twice before, but she is running again for the third time. After PM Modi’s rally, Ramkripal Yadav and BJP workers have been energized and enthusiastic.

The final phase of voting in the Patliputra Parliamentary Constituency will be held on June 1. Ramkripal Yadav has won the last two elections, and a victory this time would be his hat-trick. If Misa Bharti wins, it would mark a significant victory for the Lalu family in Patliputra after a long gap. The election results will be announced on June 4.


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