"The Congress had presided over scam to the tune of Rs 12 lakh crore during the UPA rule at the Centre and the RJD had presided over 'jungle raj' during its 15-year rule. How can Nitish Kumar bring development to Bihar by carrying these two allies on his shoulders," Shah told party workers at Nehru Stadium in Muzaffarpur town.
Urging the electorate of Bihar not to get swayed by the 'bluff' of the senior JD(U) leader, Shah warned that Bihar would end up with 'jungle raj 2' in the event of the grand secular alliance winning the Assembly elections.
Earlier, addressing a rally in Katihar in Bihar's Seemanchal region, Amit Shah said, “Bihar will see a tsunami of development if NDA comes to power in the state.”

"On one shoulder of Kumar is (RJD chief) Lalu Prasad who is a symbol of jungle raj while corrupt Congress is on his other shoulder. He is just a mascot for them," he said.

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