BJP president Amit Shah on Thursday asserted his party’s intention while kick-starting the much-hyped and ambitious Parivartan Rath Yatra campaign from Patna’s Gandhi Maidan, stating that his “party will ensure good governance if voted to power”.

Yadav said that the high tech raths will also carry a video film in Hindi that would depict misrule and bad governance of the infamous 15 years of Lalu-Rabri rule in Bihar.

The BJP leader also stressed the importance of infusing the party ideology in the new members by getting in touch with them directly.

“Besides, the BJP will inform people with the help of film about the total failure of the Nitish Kumar government after he ended his alliance with us”, he said.

Street plays will be staged and party leaders will work in tandem with booth-level workers to spread the message of change. Nitish, who had fallen out with the BJP ahead of the Lok Sabha polls, also holds a weekly janta darbar (people’s court) in which the general public share their problems with him.

Mr. Yadav said that, the results of Legislative Council polls have already declared that panchayati raj representatives have put faith in BJP and its allies.

Yadav said the BJP, which had promised to contain inflation and provide employment to the youth, will be rejected by the people of Bihar. He claimed that it was the BJP that gave the maximum number of OBC chief ministers and the first OBC prime minister – Narendra Modi.

“The Prime Minister will address all the issues related to the state, including Vikramshila University, Barauni fertiliser plant, 4000 MW electricity for Bihar and rail bridges among others, at the rally”.

Prasad once again made a strong pitch for release of socio-economic caste census report.

The BJP-led government in Maharashtra is also under the scanner with three of its ministers have faced corruption charges within just one week.

The JD (U) is fighting to retain its credit, the RJD is fighting to save its status while the Congress is in the run to register its presence, the BJP leader said.