New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sushil Kumar Modi on Monday said his party would definitely get a majority in the Bihar assembly polls.
“We will definitely get a majority; there is no doubt about that. We can see a wave, and by the time, the election arrives, this wave will turn into a storm,” Modi told media.
“The announcement of the election schedule has not been made as yet. We will soon discuss about seat sharing,” he added.
“More than ten lakh people attended Prime Minister’s three rallies. They could hardly manage to get 50,000 to one lakh people in their rally of yesterday. They misused public money and still the number could not exceed 50-60 thousand,” Modi said.
“Nitish and Lalu know that the people of Bihar want a change. There was no excitement in yesterday’s rally. People have made up their mind for change. All the parties in the alliance will fight the election and we will be successful in Bihar,” he said.
In the wake of the upcoming assembly elections in Bihar, the grand alliance of the JD (U), the RJD and the Congress had organized the ‘Swabhiman Rally’ at Patna’s Gandhi Maidan on Sunday.
The alliance leaders led a centralised attack on Prime Minister Modi’s policies and the Centre in their respective speeches.