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PM Modi "spreading lies, setting Hindu Muslim narrative" : Tejaswi

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Patna, May 17 (UNI) Former Bihar Deputy Chief Minister and senior RJD leader Tejaswi Prasad Yadav on Friday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of "spreading lies and setting Hindu Muslim narrative" during the ongoing Lok Sabha election and deliberately avoiding issues of public interest.
Yadav posted his comments on social media X , alleging that Prime Minister Modi had been engaged in spreading lies among the people since long and he had intensified it further during Lok Sabha election.
" Modi had nothing to do with real issues of public interest and maintained stoic silence on two crores jobs, he had promised to give every year, " he pointed out.
The RJD leader said, " Modi was setting Hindu Muslim narrative, instead of expressing his views and roadmap on how to give employment to youths, control price rise, improve condition of farmers, daughters and other issues. Strangely, he was silent on all such issues. "
Yadav later talking to media persons said the BJP government at the Centre had stopped giving benefits of old pension scheme to retired government employees.
"Agniveer" was introduced by Narendra Modi government replacing
old recruitment system in all three wings of armed forces which would allow
youths to serve only for four years and they would also not be given benefits of Martyrdom, if sacrificed their lives on duty, he pointed out.
Same "Agniveer" system of recruitments would be introduced in para military forces like CRPF, CISF, SSB, ITBP and others if BJP was voted to power, he cautioned.

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