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Bihar opposition leaders assail PM Modi for skipping 'real issues' in his address to nation'

IndiaTimes Friday, 3 April 2020
PM Narendra Modi urging people to light candles or diya on April 5 to defeat coronavirus, on Friday evoked sharp reaction from opposition leaders in Bihar. State’s main opposition party the RJD said the PM in his address failed to respond on the country’s burning issues like how to help poor families and migrant workers who have now reached the verge of starvation due to sudden lockdown.
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News video: Opposition corners PM Modi over call to light candles, accuses of empty symbolism | Oneindia News

Opposition corners PM Modi over call to light candles, accuses of empty symbolism | Oneindia News 01:48

AS THE COUNTRY BATTLES THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC, PRIME MINISTER NARENDRA MODI'S CALL TO LIGHT CANDLES ON SUNDAY 9 PM, TO FIGHT THE DARKNESS OF CORONAVIRUS TODAY DREW INSTANT REACTIONS FROM OPPOSITION LEADERS, WHO ACCUSED HIM OF EMPTY SYMBOLISM WITHOUT ANNOUNCING CONCRETE ECONOMIC MEASURES.PM MODI...

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