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IIT and AIIMS in Dhanbad if BJP comes to power, says Rajnath Singh

With hope from Narendra Modi to form government this year, BJP party president from Dhanbad, Rajnath Singh promised to build Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and an All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Dhanbad if the party comes to power at the Centre. Singh addressed three rallies where he showed immense confidence to win 50 seats atleast out of total 100 seats where polling in completed three of the nine phases of the Lok Sabha elections. Since Singh feels that the chances of Congress this year are very weak and that people of our nation have already made up their minds to vote for Modi, chances are high that this time it will be BJP who will be allowed to form government at Centre

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With hope from Narendra Modi to form government this year, BJP party president from Dhanbad, Rajnath Singh promised to build Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and an All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Dhanbad if the party comes to power at the Centre. Singh addressed three rallies where he showed immense confidence to win 50 seats atleast out of total 100 seats where polling in completed three of the nine phases of the Lok Sabha elections. Since Singh feels that the chances of Congress this year are very weak and that people of our nation have already made up their minds to vote for Modi, chances are high that this time it will be BJP who will be allowed to form government at Centre.

Since the prospects of BJP is very high, he also made promises to follow the pattern of the Chattisgarh government, led by Raman Singh and develop a mineral-rich Jharkhand. He also showed confidence in granting of special packages for Jharkahand's speedy development. Along with Jharkhand, non BJP rules states like UP is also showing prospects of making the party garner maximum seats in the constituencies.

Rajnath Singh also promised to upgrade the existing Indian School of Mines where he had once sought admission, addressing a rally at Baniyadih in support of Dhanbad candidate Pashupati Nath Singh.

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