22 lakh watched Nitish Kumar’s 1st-ever digital rally: JDU-U


Patna, Septembr 8

After Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav dubbed Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s first-ever digital rally “super flop with not more than 15,000 viewership across the state”, the ruling Janata Dal-United (JD-U) has reacted by saying that the Opposition leaders are talking with out conserving information in thoughts.

Ashok Chaudhary, the Minister of Building Construction within the Nitish Kumar-led Bihar authorities, claimed that over 22 lakh individuals within the state watched the Chief Minister’s digital rally. 

He stated a complete of 5.5 lakh watched the rally by way of www.jdulive.com. Besides, the individuals of Bihar additionally watched it through his Twitter deal with @Nitish Kumar, fb@nitishkumar, and @jduonline.

“It was an overwhelming response of viewers across the state. It was more than satisfactory for the JD-U,” Chaudhary stated on Monday.

Reacting to RJD chief Tejashwi’s comment, Chaudhary stated: “We will not stop him from speaking lies. He is free to say anything but he cannot challenge the data that we have. Nitish ji has huge popularity.” Earlier on Monday, Tejashwi stated that because of the low turnout of viewers, Nitish Kumar was not trying assured. 

“He has accepted defeat in his first election.” Considering the Covid-19 pandemic state of affairs, the JD-U has give you a digital platform — www.jdulive.com, to handle digital rallies in Bihar because the state is gearing up for the Assembly polls. 

IANS



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