Kumar Rajiv Nayan
Ara : Bhojpur district administration has made elaborate security arrangements for Bihar CM Nitish Kumar’s maiden visit to village Dawa under Jagdishpur block in the district on January 13, 2018, around 1.30 pm. Nitish will stay at the village for about two hours. The CM is coming to review progress of his dream project ‘Saat Nishchay’ (seven resolution) in the district. He will inaugurate a number of welfare schemes on the occasion.
Dawa village, 30 km west to the Bhojpur district headquarter, Ara, is one of the most backward areas in Bhojpur district and during the first war of freedom in 1857, Babu Kuer Singh, had taken shelter in the forests of village Dawa. The people of the area feel neglected as their representatives hardly visit Dawa. But CM Nitish Kumar has resolved to develop all the undeveloped and backward areas in Bihar through his ‘Saat Nishchay’ and to achieve the goal, he frequently visits such areas. The officials of Bhojpur district have of late been visiting village Dawa frequently to supervise the progress of ongoing development works there.
Bhojpur DM Sanjeev Kumar said that elaborate security arrangements have been made with  strict vigil on the anti-social elements and mischief mongers in view of the visit of the Chief Minister to the village. He said CCTV cameras have been installed at the meeting venue and vulnerable points and over 2000 police personnel and 250 magistrates have been deployed and and all have to pass through metal detector. He said helipad is being made for safe landing of helicopter of the CM.
The DM said that songs highlighting the liquor ban, eradication of child labour and dowry will be sung before the CM at Dawa and all preparations have been made for this.
District Public Relation Officer, Pramod Kumar, said that Dawa village has been spruced up and the Panchayat Bhawan has been made hi-tech. He said that road, drain, drinking water, power and lavatory have been provided to every villager.

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