RJD’s Manoj Jha hopes new NDA govt will focus on employment, governance issues

Jha’s comments come in the wake of Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi’s resounding victory in the recently concluded general elections, which secured a second consecutive term for the NDA alliance.

As the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) gears up to form the next government at the Centre, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Manoj Jha on Sunday emphasized that it is an NDA administration taking oath, not a “Modi government.” Jha hoped that the ruling coalition would prioritize crucial issues such as generating employment opportunities and addressing governance challenges.

The RJD leader stressed the need for the incoming government to tackle the pressing issue of unemployment, which has been a longstanding concern for many sections of society, particularly the youth. He urged the NDA to formulate comprehensive strategies to boost job creation and stimulate economic growth.

Jha’s comments come in the wake of Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi’s resounding victory in the recently concluded general elections, which secured a second consecutive term for the NDA alliance.

While acknowledging the mandate bestowed upon the NDA, Jha emphasized the importance of inclusive governance and addressing the concerns of all sections of society.

He also underscored the need for the ruling coalition to embrace a collaborative approach and maintain open communication channels with opposition parties.

Jha’s remarks reflect the opposition’s determination to hold the government accountable and play a constructive role in the nation’s legislative processes. The swearing-in ceremony, scheduled for later today, is expected to unveil the composition of the new Council of Ministers, providing insights into the NDA’s strategic vision and the roles assigned to key alliance partners.

As the country embarks on a new chapter in its democratic journey, the opposition’s calls for inclusive governance and a concerted effort to address long-standing challenges such as unemployment and economic development will undoubtedly shape the political discourse in the days ahead.