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No Compromise On Crime, Corruption And Communalism: Nitish Kumar

Nitish Kumar inspected the tableaux depicting numerous schemes launched in he state

Patna: 

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar this morning asserted that there could be no compromise on “crime, corruption and communalism” below his rule, which has been characterised by “nyay ke saath vikas” (improvement with justice) and “sampradayik sauhardra” (communal concord).

In his hour-long deal with in Patna on the event of Independence Day, Mr Kumar mentioned a brand new system of policing was being launched within the state for efficient upkeep of regulation and order.

“We’re by no means going to compromise on crime, corruption and communalism. ‘Nyay ke saath vikas and sampradayik sauhardra’ have been and can at all times stay our precedence.”

“From today, we have introduced a new system of policing wherein maintenance of law and order and investigation shall stand separated so that personnel engaged in either are not distracted by other demands of duty,” Mr Kumar mentioned after unfurling the Tricolour.

The chief minister additionally inspected the tableaux depicting the assorted schemes launched and the measures taken throughout his 14-year-long rule within the state.

“Our crackdown on corruption will continue. Bribery, amassing of wealth disproportionate to assets and through misuse of public office will be severely dealt with. None of those who are involved in earning money through illegal and immoral means will be spared,” the chief minister mentioned. 

Mr Kumar identified {that a} Public Service Grievances Redressal Act is in place which ensures decision of complaints in a clear method and a mechanism has been devised for deciding service-related points of presidency servants in a time-bound method.

“People must be made aware that ill-gotten wealth may bring momentary pleasure, but its long-term impact is perilous. We must always keep in mind the words of Mahatma Gandhi that we must consume only as much as we need, giving up greed in any form,” he maintained.

Recalling that he had ordered an entire ban on sale and consumption of alcohol three years in the past, in keeping with the demand of ladies within the state, Mr Kumar mentioned it had evoked enthusiasm, with folks forming a large human chain on the theme of prohibition, although “many who think it is their right to drink, seem to be unhappy over this move.”

Individuals should understand that consumption of alcohol can’t be a matter of rights, he asserted.

“I would also like to draw the attention of youth towards a report of World Health Organization which has done a study on the ill effects of consuming liquor,” he added.

The Chief Minister additionally spoke at size in regards to the measures taken by his authorities to enhance schooling situation within the state, together with the proposed launch of “Unnayan Bihar” programme subsequent month which goals to emulate throughout the state a profitable e-learning experiment carried out in Banka district.

He mentioned that his authorities was dedicated to offering folks with higher well being care services and that the growth and upgrading of premier hospitals at Patna, Muzaffarpur and Gaya have been authorized. 

Mr Kumar talked about that his authorities was taking steps to spice up agriculture, together with the organising of a separate energy feeder for farmers.

He lamented that the consequences of local weather change are being felt in Bihar, the place there was a decline in common rainfall over time, whereas premature showers have prompted flash floods.

“We are doing our bit to reverse the damage. Our Jal-Jeevan-Hariyali drive, launched recently, is a step in this direction”, he added.

The chief minister, after attending the Independence Day ceremony,
visited the Rajdhani Vatika journey park within the metropolis the place he tied a thread round a tree in presence of cupboard colleagues, together with his deputy Sushil Kumar Modi.

The state authorities is observing the pageant of “Rakshabandhan”, which falls on this date, as “Vriksh Suraksha Diwas” (Day for cover of timber). 

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by Internetstaff and is printed from a syndicated feed.)

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