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Governor appreciates Bihar CM for "Susashan"

Written by: Staff

Ranchi, Nov 22 (UNI) Jharkhand Governor Syed Sibte Razi today appreciated Mr Nitish Kumar for his efforts to bring 'sushasan' in Bihar.

Speaking at the 6th establishment day of Jharkhand Assembly in a function organised here, Mr Razi said the neighbouring state was on the verge of development with administrative techniques implemented by Mr Kumar.

Praising the chief minister's initiative of organising 'Janata Durbar', Mr Razi said such interaction between the government and the people would solve their problems.

He said in Jharkhand there were many issues like health, literacy and development which needed special attention and steps should be taken to improve these sectors with the consensus of all political parties.

Mr Razi said developmental schemes were getting impeded due to 'red tapism' in the administration.

He also urged the state government to make efforts to preserve the local languages and culture.

Expressing his views over the democratic system of the country, Mr Razi said after independence power was decentralised and participation of the poor and weaker sections was ensured in the government.

Opposition MLA Radha Krishna Kishore of Janata Dal (United) and Home Secretary J B Tubid were awarded the 'best legislator' and 'best bureaucrat' of Jharkhand respectively on the occasion.

Jharkhand Chief Minister Madhu Koda announced financial assistance for education to 'Paharia' (a primitve tribe).

Jharkhand assembly Speaker Alamgir Alam, his predecessor Inder Singh Namdhari and former officiating Speaker Pradeep Kumar Balmuchu were also present.


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