Bihar Election: JDU released two videos for Bihar elections, appeals to voters – ‘Come election, choose carefully’

The political marketing campaign for the Bihar Assembly Election is getting sharper. It is just not straightforward to attain out to frequent voters or to do public relations within the Corona period. Therefore, political events are making video their weapon for election campaigning. In this sequence, all of the events are repeatedly reaching out to the voters by way of video songs or rap type songs. On Sunday, the ruling JDU released two videos to woo voters. The lyrics of the music in a single video are – “Choose the election carefully, which is tested every time …” There are the lyrics of the opposite video – “Our mind is the same as shown by brother ..”

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In truth, this video of JDU will as soon as once more remind voters of the theme of Nitish Kumar’s ’15 years of fine governance vs. 15 years of Jaganlaraj’, as soon as once more interesting to the Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. Both the videos have been examined by JDU with the tagline ‘Who will choose the identical, Nitishe Kumar says Sara Bihar’.
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In the video, CM Nitish is seen shifting and interacting with folks. In the start of the video, a number of persons are proven working with the flag within the inexperienced subject. In the music, Nitish is described because the delight of Bihar and the priority of the folks. This video additionally reveals the friendship between CM Nitish and PM Modi.

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Let me let you know that even earlier than this, JDU released its video about Bihar elections. In that too, interesting to the general public not to fall into the lure of different events, it was requested to vote in favor of Nitish Kumar.


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