Senior JDU leader and legislature professor Dr. In response to RJD supremo Lalu Prasad’s tweet, Golam Gauss said that Lalu is shedding crocodile tears on the recruited teachers. Said that these are tears of fake sympathy.
Pro. Gauss said the man who failed to finish the education policy he distributed during his fifteen-year reign, never paid teachers on time, is shedding tears for working teachers today. He said that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has worked to wipe away the tears of the teacher community and bring joy in his life.
On the other hand, Nitish Kumar in Imamganj, Gaya district, said those who got the opportunity for 15 years did nothing in the election rally in support of our candidate and former chief minister Jitan Ram Manji. Women were insignificant as representatives of the people. In the Panchayati Raj, the livelihood scheme started to save 50 percent of women. One crore 20 lakh women have joined the self-help group. They woke up. Assisted 25 thousand rupees for abandoned women. He only took the votes of the minority community. Most of the Mahadalit families and members of the minority community who were out of school were excluded. Recover 20 thousand raised servants.
Bihar ranks 23rd in terms of crime
Nitish said that there has been genocide in these areas. How are you today? Crime has decreased. According to the crime report published by the central government in 2018, Bihar has moved to No. 23. Said that in 200 Bihar-06, the GDP of Bihar was one thousand 76 thousand 4 466 rupees. Bihar is developing at a rate of 12.5 per cent per annum. Income is increasing. Today the GDP has increased by 4 lakh 14 thousand 99. Crores of rupees. Per capita income has increased by 0.5 percent. ITIs in women districts, ANM institutes were opened in each district. Before Inter, only 13.9 percent of the population was able to study. The GER for higher education in the country averages 24 percent. It has a target of taking up to 30 per cent. For this, a student credit card scheme has been launched in the state. The state government will provide Rs 4 lakh for further study at Inter. More than 1 million young people have taken computer education.