Dr K K Kaushik

Muzaffarpur: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on November 11 announced that come what may he would never compromise on prohibition enforced in the state in April,  2016. Addressing Chetna Sabha 20161111_162946during his `Nischay Yatra’ of the district, Nitish said that Bihar had set an example and the day is not far when prohibition would be enforced in the entire country.

He, however, said that some people were opposing prohibitioni. He solicitated support of the people to make prohi grand success in Bihar. The chief minister said that boozing was not a fundamental right. Referring to his `Saat Nischay’, Nitish said that it would lead to development of every section of the society.

The chief minister had earlier inspected Skill development centre in Muroul panchayat in Muzaffarpur district declared and also visited Itaha panchayat which has been declared open defecation free(ODF). He also inspected District Registration office cum counselling centre at Sikkandarpur, Muzaffarpur.

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