Patna | Union Health Minister and senior BJP leader J P Nadda today said ongoing Bihar Assembly Election would prove to be a turning point in political history of Bihar as people have made up their mind to vote for development, cutting across caste and creed barriers.
BJP is trying hard to bring back development in focus of the campaigning for Bihar assembly elections as issues of reservation, killing of two Dalit children at Faridabad, lynching of a Muslim in Dadri and some Hindus eating beef dominated so far while the real issues of public importance took back seat in electioneering.
Mr Nadda told media persons here that people of Bihar were of development oriented mindset and casting their votes above caste and creed in the ongoing assembly elections in the state.
The days of exercising franchise on the basis of narrow thinking and assessments had gone and only thing that mattered most for the people was development, he noted.
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