Patna, May 18: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday (May 18) presided over a review meeting with various departments on implementation of his 'Saat Nischay' (seven resolves) programme.
The Chief Minister held detailed discussions with ministers and officials of the departments entrusted with the task of implementation of his seven resolves with special focus on piped drinking water to all household, construction of concrete lanes, drainage and toilets in all houses, Rural Development Secretary Arvind Chaudhary said.
The presentations were made to Kumar by the Rural Development, Public Health and Engineering and Panchayati Raj departments with regard to course of action on implementation of the Chief Minister's seven resolves, he said.
At the meeting, it was decided that the Public Health and Engineering department would execute rural potable water scheme, while the Rural Development department would construct toilets in all households under the Chief Minister's seven resolves over the next four years, Chaudhary said.
Rural Development minister Shravan Kumar, Public Health and Engineering minister Krishnandan Verma and Panchayati Raj minister Kapil Dev Kamat, besides senior bureaucrats attended the meeting, he added.