Nitish asks JD(U) workers to use social media to counter BJP

Senior JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar on Wednesday advised party workers to go for greater use of social media to counter BJP "propaganda" in the coming Assembly poll in Bihar.

Patna: Senior JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar on Wednesday advised party workers to go for greater use of social media to counter BJP "propaganda" in the coming Assembly poll in Bihar.

Kumar, who would be the party's face in the crucial state poll, made this advise to the JD(U) workers and leaders from across the state at the end of the two-day "Prashikshan Shivir" (training programme) at his residence here.

The party has decided to hold a rally at the Gandhi Maidan on February 15 next to galvanise workers for the poll, said some of those who attended the meet.

Kumar also asked them to make people aware of the Ordinance for Land Acquisition and the Centre's "failure" on returning black money and denial of special status to Bihar.

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