India, Oct. 29 -- Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Jagat Prakash Nadda has defended their criticism of the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD)'s promise of one million government jobs when his party has spoken of 1.9 million jobs, saying their main rivals in Bihar do not have the vision to deliver on the promise. He said the RJD does not understand governance, and that is why they come out with such statements.

In an interview with HT, Nadda said job creation does not take place in a vacuum and called it a holistic exercise. "You need law and order-the RJD in this aspect is compromised. You need infrastructure-for which you [RJD] do not have a vision. And then comes investment, but you [RJD] do not have confidence in yourself, and people do not...