After paying floral tribute on the Jayaprakash Narayan’s statue, Nadda informed reporters: “It is a great honour for me to get an opportunity to visit the residence of great leader JP Narayan. When I was in college, JP Andolan was going on. His call for a complete revolution to protect democracy during the emergency period in 1975 heralded a new era. He devoted his entire life to the welfare of villages and farmers. His contribution to nation-building will always remain an inspiration for the countrymen.”
Recalling his faculty days, the BJP chief stated: “When I used to study in college, the JP movement was prevalent in the entire country and the starting point of that movement was the resident of JP Narayan. Loknayak JP Narayan shook the foundation of the corrupt Congress governments.”
आज मुझे हमारे पूज्य जयप्रकाश नारायण जी के निवास स्थान पर उनकी जयंती के अवसर पर आने का सौभाग्य मिला है।जब मैं कॉले… https://t.co/ApbXyk1JW4
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Nadda on Sunday arrived in Patna to deal with his first election rally in poll-bound Bihar.Soon after his arrival, the BJP chief first visited Mahavir temple to supply prayer and search blessings forward of his first election rally. He carried out rituals and accepted prasad from the priest. Nadda was seen masking his face with a masks as a precautionary measure to fight Covid-19.
Sources within the occasion acknowledged that Nadda could be staying within the State to inspire the cadre and leaders. However, the occasion has taken care of pointers issued by the Union Ministry of Health and household welfare and Election Commission for the Covid-19.
On September 25, the ECI introduced that elections to the 243-seat Bihar Assembly shall be three phases– October 28, November 3, and seven. The counting of votes will happen on November 10.