Jayant Sinha attacks Hemant Soren Govt in Jharkhand, says lame donkey rules the state

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Hazaribagh (Jharkhand), Nov 19: Kicking off the BJP's election campaign in the poll-bound Jharkhand, Union Minister of State and Lok Sabha MP from Hazaribagh, Jayant Sinha, said the state is being ruled by lame donkey.

As per a TOI report, without naming the Hemant Soren-led UPA government in Ranchi, the first time Hazaribagh MP said, "You need a pair of oxen (bail) to plough an agricultural field. Though we already have one ox in Delhi (Narendra Modi), the other is missing in Jharkhand, which is ruled by 'langra-lullah gadha' (lame donkey)."

Jayant Sinha is a sitting MP from Hazaribagh.
While making a reference to the PM's Hazaribagh visit during Lok Sabha polls campaigning Sinha reportedly said, "During his last visit to this place, the PM had promised to launch the Pradhan Mantri Sichai Yojana to provide irrigation to each field in the state. By allocating Rs 10,000 crore for the scheme the PM has kept his promise."

Yashwant Sinha's son further added that the Prime Minister, soon after his induction in the Union Cabinet, assigned him the responsibility of ensuring BJP's win the upcoming Jharkhand assembly polls.

The MoS Finance has also urged the voters to vote against the corrupt government in Jharkhand and instead chose the BJP which is committed to their well being.

Accusing the Hemant Soren-led UPA government in the state of corruption and misrule, Sinha said that despite being richest state in the country in terms of minerals people of Jharkhand were the poorest.

Jayant said that he resigned from a well paid job in the US and decided to serve the people by accepting Narendra Modi's offer.

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