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Patna : JD(U) National President  and Bihar CM Nitish Kumar while addressing massive election meetings in Siwan, Muzaffarpur, and Samastipur District in North Bihar on October 22, 2020, exhorted the people not to believe in the false promises of jobs being made by the RJD. Nitish addressed five election rallies Siwan, Muzaffarpur, and Samastipur Districts on October 22, 2020.
Addressing thousands of people in Daraunda Assembly constituency in Siwan district, Nitish said, “It is a joke if someone claims that so many jobs will be provided in a single day. Today, if someone seeks employment , he will have to learn new skill and our government is committed to providing those skills to the youth of the state.” Highlighting the importance of women’s participation in the development of the society, Nitish emphasised on the need to work for the empowerment of girls and women in the state. “We will ensure that men and women work together eventually resulting in prosperity of the state, “ he said .
Nitish also appealed to the people to vote for the NDA candidates as both the central and state government were committed to taking the state to new heights. “Give us a chance again and we will continue to work for the development of Bihar,” the Bihar Chief Minister said.
At his second rally at Paru in Muzafarpur, Nitish apprised the voters of the tasks his government had accomplished for opening new medical colleges in the state. “ Eight more medical colleges are coming up in the state with the help of Central government while the state government is committed to open another three.”
Addressing a poll rally at Minapur in Muzafarpur, Nitish launched a scathing attack on the RJD and said, “During the RJD regime even the money which the centre gave was not used for development purpose. Husband-Wife government lasted for 15 years but they worked
only for themselves. The Husband-Wife government was in power for 15 years yet they could provide only 1 lakh jobs.” Addressing the concerns of the backward and underprivileged classes, Nitish said, “My government had launched a slew of development schemes to bring the marginalised sections of society into the mainstream. We gave reservations at the panchayat level to the most backward classes and now they are politically empowered.”

Addressing a rally at Vibhutipur in Samastipur, Nitish  highlighted the works done by his government for girl education. “We provided them with school uniforms, gave bicycles to come to school and the results are there for all to see. The number of girls who take the Class X exams are more than the boys,” Nitish said.