NRI to help Nitish in seventh innings; NRIs offer to support Bihar’s development


  • Nitish Kumar became Bihar CM, NRIs best wishes
  • A group of Indian-Americans from Bihar appealed to Nitish Kumar
  • Proposal to give its services in the development of the state
  • ‘Bihar government needs special attention on industry, which can create employment opportunities’

Nitish Kumar has taken oath as Bihar Chief Minister for the seventh time. Departments have also been divided among the ministers included in the new cabinet. With this, the new government has started working. Indian-Americans, originally from Bihar, have congratulated the Chief Minister of the state for winning the assembly elections after Nitish Kumar became CM. Not only this, he has also proposed to give his services in the development of the state.

Indian-Americans of Bihar appeal to Nitish
A group of Indian-Americans from Bihar has made a special appeal to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. He said that the Chief Minister should focus exclusively on education, health and industrialization in the next five years in his government. Alok Kumar, former president of the Federation of Indian Associations, said, “Bihar has the potential to become a big tourist destination, which will create thousands of jobs.” He hoped that Nitish Kumar would focus primarily on education and health.

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Offer to cooperate in the development of Bihar
Avinash Gupta, president of the Bihar and Jharkhand Association of North America, said, “We want the Bihar government to involve us or make us partners in the development of Bihar, especially in the fields of education, health and technology.” Technology professional Sanjeev Singh said that Bihar’s infrastructure and law and order have improved in recent years. However, work is yet to be done in many areas like fundamental education, social justice and employment. He hoped that the new government would plan for development in these areas.

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‘Bihar government needs special attention on industry’
Businessman Rajiv Akhauri said that the Bihar government needs special attention on industry, which can create employment opportunities. He said that more Special Economic Zones (Smart Economic Zones) and Smart Cities should be set up to promote exports and attract companies to set up their units. Akhauri said that during the 17th century, Patna was the center of international trade. We need to bring back the same era.

Nitish Kumar became the Chief Minister of Bihar for the 7th time, 12 including 2 deputy CMs took the oath of the post of minister, see live video of the swearing in here

‘Urge to work on industrialization, good governance and healthcare’
Businessman Anurag Kumar said that he wants to see how the Bihar government helps NRIs in the growth of trade, education and exports. He said that we would like to form an NRI cell, so that we can get involved in the success of Bihar. Software professional Praveen Dwivedi has urged the new government to work on industrialization, good governance and healthcare for all.

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