The Chief Minister of the Indian State of Bihar, Nitish Kumar on Pakistan Visit

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The chief minister of the Indian state of Bihar, Nitish Kumar is on a weeklong trip to Pakistan. He belongs to India’s Janata Dal (United) party.

In a seminar on ‘Sharing experiences of Sindh and Bihar’which was held at Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Banquet Hall at the Chief Minister House, Nitish Kumar siad.

“When I came to power seven years back, my primary concern was governance and the law and order situation. I took action irrespective of how criminals were politically, socially and financially influenced.”

“With this effort, we have brought back peace and tranquillity to our cities and towns. Criminals are now in hiding.”
via Tribune

Nitish Kumar shared the experience of government of Indian state Bihar to promote girls’ education in Bihar. He shared that they provided girls with free education, free uniform, and syllabus and even provided free transport when they realize the transport problem for them. He told their effort produced positive results.

The Indian leader, Nitish Kumar visited the mausoleum of the Quaid-e-Azam and laid a floral wreath on it and told he had always wanted to visit Mazar-e-Quaid in Karachi.

President Asif Ali Zardari invited Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on a special dinner on the occasion of Diwali, festival of lights.

Mr Nitish Kumar toured the historic site of Mohenjodaro and visited an ancient Hindu temple. In Sindh he addressed a Hindu panchayat.