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SP candidate from Bihar's Karakat LS seat to submit 1 lakh CVs to PM

Modi is likely to address election rallies in Sasaram and Buxar on May 14 and in Paliganj and Pataliputra on May 15.

, ET Bureau|
May 13, 2019, 02.05 PM IST
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GUWAHATI: Samajwadi Party candidate from Karakat Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar and national spokesperson Ghanshyam Tiwari said that he is collecting one lakh curricula vitae from the youth and will give them to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to drive home the point that there is unemployment problem in the country.

Modi is likely to address election rallies in Sasaram and Buxar on May 14 and in Paliganj and Pataliputra on May 15. Nalanda, Patna Sahib, Pataliputra, Arrah, Buxar, Sasaram, Karakat and Jahanabad are going to polls in final phase of polls on May 19.

Tiwari told ET, “I am collecting one lakh CVs and will submit them to the PM to emphasise the point that there is massive unemployment problem in the country and NDA government is in denial mode.”

Samajwadi party is contesting only one seat in Bihar, Karakat. When asked if his party is supporting Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in Bihar which has fielded candidates in over 20 seats, Tiwari, who once worked as adviser to Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, said, “We are just contesting one seat in Bihar. For rest of the seats it is up to the people to decide whom to vote for.”

SP and BSP have scripted a grand alliance in Uttar Pradesh and are contesting polls together.
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