He also asserted that no political party in the country had the power to 'take away and undo' reservation guaranteed to the weaker sections in the Constitution by BR Ambedkar.
"On July 23/24, 2005, when these two leaders were arch rivals and did not even see eye to eye, they had come together to demand a review of the reservation policy on religious basis, something the Constitution makers like Babasaheb Ambedkar, Rajendra babu, Jawaharlal Nehru, Vallabhai Patel had firmly rejected,” PM Modi said.
"...These people don't have any issues in the election and that's why they are raising the bogey of scrapping of the reservation every day which is totally false. No political party in the country has the power to take away or undo the reservation guaranteed to the weaker sections by Ambedkar in the Constitution," he said, addressing an election rally in Katihar.
Holding the promise of development, PM Modi while addressing poll rallies for the last phase of Bihar polls, launched a fresh attack on Lalu Prasad and Nitish Kumar, saying 'jungle raj' now has a twin brother in 'jantar-mantar' (black magic) and together the two will 'spell doom' for the state.
Praising the people of the state, he said, "Bihar stands for brilliant, innovative, hard working, action-oriented and resourceful,” and voiced hope that the youth and women will help usher in change.

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