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'Farmland encroachers, talking about farmers' welfare': Sushil Modi on Grand Alliance manifesto

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'Farmland encroachers, talking about farmers' welfare': Sushil Modi on Grand Alliance manifesto

'Farmland encroachers, talking about farmers' welfare': Sushil Modi on Grand Alliance manifesto

The Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar, Sushil Modi took a jibe at opposition Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) -led Grand Alliance over their manifesto.

"People who have encroached farmers land are now talking about welfare of farmers.

They are from the ones who say a lot but do nothing," said Sushil Modi.

'Mahagathbandhan' released its manifesto for the upcoming Bihar elections in Patna on October 17.

Bihar will go for three-phased elections starting from October 28 and results will be declared on November 10.


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