Congress launches its Bihar Election Campaign with “Bihar Kranti Mahasabha”

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The Congress on Monday launched their Bihar election campaign with a virtual rally titled, “Bihar Kranti Mahasabha” following COVID-19 protocols as put forward by the election commission guidelines. The virtual meeting was organised in the two districts East Champaran and West Champaran ahead of the election which is to be held in the months of October-November. 
MP Avinash Pandey, the Congress national general secretary addressing the virtual rally from Delhi stated that Bihar is set for a change in the government and claimed that the citizens of the state were tired of the NDA rule. Pandey also shed light on the deteriorating conditions of farmers, women, students and labourers in the state adding that their growing grievances were not being addressed by the government. National Security and Bihar co-in-charge Ajay Kapoor also addressed the virtual rally stating that “The pious land of Bihar will not tolerate atrocities any more and will throw out the current dispensation at any cost”. Bihar Congress chief Madan Mohan in this presidential address called our Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for switching sides after the people voted for the Grand Alliance five years ago. He claimed that the launch of Bihar Kranti Virtual Mahasammelan demanded a change in the state. The rally was also attended by a number of prominent party speakers including Bihar Congress Campaign committee chairman Akhilesh Prasad Singh, party spokesperson Acharya Pramod Krishnan and others. 
The virtual rally reached the audiences through various social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. The first phase of the virtual meet which is planned to be conducted constituent wise will be held in 84 constituencies of 19 districts of north Bihar till September 16th followed by the 19 districts in south Bihar will, the date of which is yet to be announced.

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