Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has said that the NDA has taken Bihar to new heights by establishing the rule of law to get rid of forest rules. The work we have done in various fields over the last 15 years is no secret. He was speaking at an election rally in support of NDA-backed JDU candidate Anjum Ara and BJP candidate Parashuram Chaturvedi from Buxar constituency in Dumran assembly constituency on Sunday.
The CM said that for the first time in the Corona era, elections were being held in Bihar in a very short time. In such a situation there is no opportunity to speak anywhere, but in the last 15 years we have worked hard to take Bihar forward in other areas including electricity, water, roads, health and education. Referring to education, he said that we have started this project along with the Chakra project to promote girls’ education.
Commenting on the Jungle Raj of husband and wife, the Chief Minister said that Bihar was far ahead in murder, kidnapping, genocide and crime in the state, now our law state is ranked 23rd in the country in terms of Bihar crime. Either he said, there have been many changes in the field of health. In both the meetings, Chief Minister Dumrun was asked to win by Anjum Ara and Boxer by Parshuram Chaturvedi. Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, Water Resources Minister Sanjay Jha and others addressed the gathering.