Patna, Jun 17 (UNI) Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today said the migration of labourers from Bihar to other parts of the country has significantly decreased with economic activities in the state providing enough opportunities to them to earn livelihoods in the home state.
Speaking here in a meeting with the Janta Dal(United) workers, Mr Kumar said 'Mukya-Mantri Sadak' and 'Setu Nirman Yojna' to connect every village of 500 population from the main roadways offered an opportunity to labourers to earn their wages in nearby villages.
It would ultimately check the migration of labourers, he said.
He maintained that the ongoing developmental works in the state, specially in the fields of education, healthcare and other essential services, would strengthen the economy of the state.
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