Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has rolled up his sleeves for the electoral battle that starts next month.Addressing the media after the announcement of poll dates, Nitish Kumar unveiled what he called the “Saath Nischay Part 2” or the sequel to his winning 7-point agenda announced for the last elections.
Asked whether he will go for his own agenda or follow a plan developed by the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA), Mr.Nitish Kumar announced the seven things he will resolve to do if voted back to power.
All girls clearing higher secondary exams will get ₹ 25,000 and on completing graduation, they will get ₹ 50,000, he said.All agricultural land in the state will have access to irrigation, he said.
Acknowledging that it is not possible to provide government jobs to everyone, he said every district will have mega skill centers and a new department will be also be carved out to manage it.
Nitish Kumar promised to provide solar street lights in all villages and waste management in rural areas.In a much-needed move for the state’s crowded urban centers, Nitish Kumar promised a stormwater drainage system in all cities and towns.