PM Modi’s Posters Torn in Gaya Ahead of Rally

Days before Prime Minister Narendra Modi\'s scheduled rally in Bihar’s Gaya, his posters were found torn in the district.

Published: 08th August 2015 12:12 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th August 2015 12:13 PM   |  A+A-

By ANI

GAYA: Days before Prime Minister Narendra Modi's scheduled rally in Bihar’s Gaya, his posters were found torn in the district in an apparent act of vandalism.

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“The Bihar Government has come down to this, but it won’t make any difference how many posters they tear and how many attacks they launch on the Prime Minister. We will win the Bihar Assembly polls by a two-third majority,” Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan told ANI.

The Prime Minister’s rally in Gaya is scheduled to take place on August 9, ahead of the upcoming assembly polls in Bihar.

The assembly polls, slated for later this year, will be a heated affair, with six parties having merged under the Janata Parivar banner contesting against the BJP and the Congress.

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