Modi failed to provide jobs to 6 killed in serial blasts: JD-U leader

Photo of the senior JD-U leader Neeraj Kumar.

New Delhi: Senior Janata Dal United leader Neeraj Kumar criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi of not being able to fulfill his promise of providing jobs to one member of the family of the six people killed in serial blasts during his rally in Patna.

“Modi and his government are busy celebrating the completion of three years in power, but Modi has forgotten a ‘small’ promise — of providing jobs to the kin of victims of the blast at his rally,” Neeraj said.

“Main puchnaa chahtaa hun kyaa hua un cheh logon ke pariwar ko naukri dene ke wade ka, bhul gaye satta mein aane ke baad (Have you forgotten your promise after coming to power)? Yehi aapka mul charitra hai (This shows o,” Neeraj said in Hindi.

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He termed it as “another jumla, like the one on kala dhan (black money)”, and like his promise to provide jobs to two crore youth annually.

“Modi has failed to provide jobs to one member of the family of the six people killed in serial blasts in his rally in Patna, as promised by him. It has exposed the reality between his kathni and karni (his promises and what he executes). Now the BJP leaders are also downplaying the issue,” he alleged.

He pointed that most of those killed in the blast were BJP workers.

Rajnarain Singh, Rajesh Kumar, Bindeshwar Chowdhury, Bharat Rajak, Vikas Kumar and Munna Srivastava were killed in serial blasts that rocked Patna Gandhi maidan just before then BJP’s prime ministerial candidate and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi was to address a rally.

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