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Bihar polls: No poor has religion or caste now, development is for all, says CM Yogi

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Bihar polls: No poor has religion or caste now, development is for all, says CM Yogi

Bihar polls: No poor has religion or caste now, development is for all, says CM Yogi

Addressing a public rally ahead of Bihar polls in Daraunda assembly constituency of Siwan district on October 29, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said, "15 years ago, some people put Bihar in identity crisis.

Recall their 'jungle raj' when corruption was rampant.

6 years ago, choosing Prime Minister Narendra Modi changed nature of Indian politics." "Now, no poor has religion or caste.

Development is for all," UP CM added.


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