BJP feels Bihar polls will unmask opposition’s corruption

New Delhi: Union Minister of State for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises and senior BJP leader Giriraj Singh on Tuesday said the forthcoming elections in Bihar would go a long way in unmasking and exposing the corruption of the opposition, even as the main plank of the polls as far as his party is concerned is development for all.

“Our agenda is to unmask the opposition and their corruption. One of our prime agenda’s is development of the people of Bihar,” Singh told ANI.

Commenting on the drama surrounding the seat-sharing issue, Singh said all prominent leaders attended Monday’s meeting at Amit Shah’s residence and had amicably sorted the matter out.

Polls in Bihar will be held in five phases from October 12 to November 5.(ANI)