You will hardly have forgotten the scene of the film Nayak in which Rani Mukerji complained to the Chief Minister that there was no electricity in the village. Similarly, on Saturday, it was seen in Kalyanbigha, the home of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
You will hardly have forgotten the scene of the film hero in which Rani Mukerji complained to the Chief Minister about no electricity in the village. Similarly, on Saturday, it was seen in Kalyanbigha, the home of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. Where a sixth class student pleaded with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to enroll in a private school instead of a government school with folded hands. After listening to the child, the Chief Minister immediately gave necessary instructions to the officials.
In fact, today the Chief Minister had reached Kalyanbigha on the occasion of his wife’s 16th death anniversary. Where Nitish Kumar was listening to the problems of the people in the mass dialogue program. Meanwhile, Sonu Kumar, a class 6 student of Neemkaul of Harnaut block, also reached there with his problem in public dialogue. The child alleges that his father Rannvijay Yadav works as a seller of curd.
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His father gets drunk with the money he earns. Being from a poor family, he studies in the government school of middle school Neema Kaul. Where teachers do not give him good education. The child said that if the government helps us, then I also want to become an IAS and IPS by studying. Sonu Kumar, after studying in class VI, meets the expenses of his studies by giving education to 40 children up to class 5th. Seeing the courage of this small child, from the officer to the leader, he was stunned. After the order of the CM, whether he is able to get cooperation or not, only time will tell.
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