Patna, Nov 19: A day ahead of the Bihar government's release of a report card on its performance in Bihar in 11 years, the opposition NDA led by the BJP released its own report card on the former's "failures" in the last one year.
Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Sushil Kumar Modi, while releasing the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) report on alleged failure of the Bihar's ruling Grand Alliance, said Bihar is in "bad condition" in the last one year.
He said some serious questions have been raised over the state government's failures, to which the Chief Minister must reply when he presents his own report card on Sunday.
The Grand Alliance led by Janata Dal-United leader Nitish Kumar and comprising Rashtriya Janata Dal of Lalu Yadav and the Congress will complete one year in power in Bihar on November 25.
Nitish has been at the helm of the state for the past 11 years.
"After Nitish Kumar joined hands with the RJD to form the government in Bihar in November 2015, it has failed on all fronts," the BJP leader said.
Sushil Kumar Modi, a former Deputy Chief Minister, said Nitish Kumar should instead come out with a report card on one year of his government instead of 11 years.
"He should explain to the people about the Grand Alliance government's performance in its one year in office."