BJP High-Tech Rath Yatra Shows old Video clip of lalu and Nitish


Posted on 16th Jul 2015 05:44 am by rohit kumar verma

Nitish Kumar says in a clip that quickly cuts to Lalu Prasad’s retort.“Maine samajik nyay JP (Jayaprakash Narayan) ke charnon me baith ke shuru kiya.”

“Tum kab the JP andolan mein, ye to baad me maine tumhara naam judwaya tha ,” the RJD chief counters.

This video clip of political sparring between alliance partners, Lalu and Nitish, will play on 56-inch LED TV screens installed on BJP’s 160 raths (chariots) that will tour as many assembly constituencies after being flagged off by the party president Amit Shah from Gandhi Maidan on Thursday.





The clip is part of a 25-minute video, made by the BJP, which has clubbed clips and quotes from various functions.The ‘rath yatra’ blitzkrieg for Bihar polls will be flagged off by Shah in the presence of LJP chief Ram Vilas paswan former Jitan Ram Manjhi and RLSP chief Upendra Kushwaha.The BJP, which plans to use 243 hi-tech raths — or modified pick-up vans — during the Bihar polls, has set itself a target of organising over one lakh public displays of the campaign video in the next 90 days.

 

BJP state president Mangal Pandey told media reporters “Our rath with big TV screen and high quality sound system has three key messages starting with the 15 years of Lalu-Rabri regime of kidnappings, killings and over all misrule. We want to engage around 84 lakh young voters, below 30 years of age, as most of them might not recall the horrors of Lalu Raj. The first part of our video would serve as a reminder to them about Lalu”.

 

According to the BJP state president, the most hilarious bits of the 25-minute video would be the battle of claims and counter-claims between Lalu and Nitish. Pandey said, “In one clip Nitish claims to bring industry and investment, Lalu responds in the next clip by saying Nitish had not brought even a factory to make needles…the internecine war of two political brothers will do the job for us,”

 

 

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