Elections seem to be about three things- rhetoric, posters and slogans, in short massive campaigning. With this Bihar Legislative Assembly elections round the corner, political parties contesting the 2015 elections are going out there using print, digital and even door-to-door methods of campaigning to fight this political battle.
Bihar me bahar ho, Nitishe Kumar ho
The theme song for Nitish Kumar’s election campaign is composed by Sneha Khanwalkar and lyricist Rajshekar. The theme of the song is ‘let there be spring in Bihar, let there be Nitish Kumar. Finally after wining Bihar election this songs is declared as the wining songs for Bihar Election
Jhaanse mein na aye, Nitish ko jitaye
The first to launch the election campaign, Bihar’s current CM Nitish Kumar hired the same consultant who ran Modi’s Lok Sabha campaign in 2014, Prashant Kishor. The posters of Nitish Kumar with a slogan of “Phir ek baar Nitish Kumar” indeed draws similarity from Modi’s “Ab ki baar Modi sarkar”.
Bohot hua jumlo ka vaar, fir ek baar Nitish Kumar
The slogan translates as “enough of gimmick attack, once again Nitish Kumar”. Taking a cue from Amit Shah’s “Chunavi Jumla” comment in an interview, Nitish attacked Narendra Modi for being a gimmick master.
Aage badhta rahe Bihar, fir ek baar Nitish Kumar
Nitish Kumar has served as a chief minister to Bihar for almost a decade now, focusing on his achievements, his campaigners have come up with this slogan which means- Bihar continues to develop, once again Nitish Kumar.
Yuva rootha, Narendra Modi jhootha
The literal translation of the slogan is that the youth is dissatisfied because Narendra Modi is a liar. The walls of Bihar was infused with such posters.
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