Chief Minister Nitish Kumar held a virtual rally for 24 assembly segments in two phases on Tuesday. He was aggressive on the opposition and said that some people are concerned about nuts (mewa), not service (seva). People get votes by creating misunderstandings and false narratives. The Chief Minister also discussed in detail the work done in the development and social sector during his 15 years of governance. If given a chance again, he also spoke on what is his agenda under Saat Nishchay-2 for Saksham Bihar.
The Chief Minister said that he and his party has no interest. They work day and night, worked more in the second term than the first term, and worked even harder the third time. He further said that If he gets a chance ahead, he will work harder. He reiterated that he would urge the voters to look at the work done by his government and then decide whom to vote.
Referring to the minorities for Bihar, the Chief Minister said that those who took the vote of different communities on the basis of identity politics did nothing for them. While, the moment his government was formed, he reconstituted a commission of inquiry for the riots in Bhagalpur (1989–90). Arranged relief for the suffering families. The victims today are getting a pension of five thousand rupees per month. In the future, Urdu teachers will also be appointed in every middle school.
In the context of employment, Nitish Kumar said that people are going to say anything for the sake of speaking. Is there any place in any country in the world where everyone has a government job? He gave the figure that 6.08 lakh got government jobs were offered during his 15 years of rule. At the same time, subtly pointing toward Lalu Yadav and Rabri Yadav, he said that during the 15 years of husband-wife rule, only 95034 jobs were generated.
According to the Chief Minister, he and his party have no selfishness. Some people take votes by creating misunderstandings. While referring to his thinking under Satish-2, the Chief Minister said that the quality of institutions will be enhanced. The youth will be trained in 14 types of technology including multimedia, drones, and optical fiber. Water will also be provided to irrigation fields.