Giridih (Jharkhand): BJP President Amit Shah today said the people of Jharkhand could stop the 'perennial rise and fall of governments' seen in the state for the past 14 years if the party was voted to power with majority.
"You have seen formation and fall of governments. If you give majority to BJP you will see a functioning government," he told an election rally here ahead of the fourth phase of polling in the state scheduled on December 14.
Jharkhand has seen nine governments in the 14 years of its existence and three spells of President's Rule. Shah likened RJD, JD-U, Congress and Left as 'Ram Lila' party and warned the people that though some parties were contesting separately they would come together after elections.
Ruling JMM is contesting the on-going assembly polls alone, while Congress, RJD and JD-U are in alliance.
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