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Nitish asks UP counterpart to not come to Bihar empty hand

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today urged his counterpart Yogi Adityanath, who visits tomorrow, not to come 'empty handed' but implement the liqour ban and 50 per cent reservation for women in local bodies.

"You (Adityanath) should take cue from us and implement liqour ban and 50 per cent reservation for women in local bodies," Kumar told a public meeting here after laying foundations of development projects worth Rs 300 crore.



Taking a dig at the much-hyped Darbhanga visit of tomorrow, Kumar said "He must be coming empty handed whereas I am here to launch various development schemes."

The Chief Minister also had a dig at Prime Minister Modi for non-fulfillment of various promises made to during the 2014 general elections and assembly polls in the state the next year saying "We implement whatever works we promise, but others forget about it."

Kumar took a potshot at cow vigilants and said that they should learn to take care of stray bovines before taking law into their own hands to deal with those involved in trade of animals.

He claimed that the liqour ban has become a runaway success in and asked BJP-ruled states to follow suit.

Kumar said that his government will launch a total de-addiction drive as follow up action after the success of the liqour ban.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Nitish asks UP counterpart to not come to Bihar empty hand

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today urged his Uttar Pradesh counterpart Yogi Adityanath, who visits Bihar tomorrow, not to come 'empty handed' but implement the liqour ban and 50 per cent reservation for women in local bodies. "You (Adityanath) should take cue from us and implement liqour ban and 50 per cent reservation for women in local bodies," Kumar told a public meeting here after laying foundations of development projects worth Rs 300 crore. Taking a dig at the much-hyped Darbhanga visit of Yogi Adityanath tomorrow, Kumar said "He must be coming empty handed whereas I am here to launch various development schemes." The Bihar Chief Minister also had a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for non-fulfillment of various promises made to Bihar during the 2014 general elections and assembly polls in the state the next year saying "We implement whatever works we promise, but others forget about it." Kumar took a potshot at cow vigilants and said that they should learn to take care of ... today urged his counterpart Yogi Adityanath, who visits tomorrow, not to come 'empty handed' but implement the liqour ban and 50 per cent reservation for women in local bodies.

"You (Adityanath) should take cue from us and implement liqour ban and 50 per cent reservation for women in local bodies," Kumar told a public meeting here after laying foundations of development projects worth Rs 300 crore.

Taking a dig at the much-hyped Darbhanga visit of tomorrow, Kumar said "He must be coming empty handed whereas I am here to launch various development schemes."

The Chief Minister also had a dig at Prime Minister Modi for non-fulfillment of various promises made to during the 2014 general elections and assembly polls in the state the next year saying "We implement whatever works we promise, but others forget about it."

Kumar took a potshot at cow vigilants and said that they should learn to take care of stray bovines before taking law into their own hands to deal with those involved in trade of animals.

He claimed that the liqour ban has become a runaway success in and asked BJP-ruled states to follow suit.

Kumar said that his government will launch a total de-addiction drive as follow up action after the success of the liqour ban.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Nitish asks UP counterpart to not come to Bihar empty hand

today urged his counterpart Yogi Adityanath, who visits tomorrow, not to come 'empty handed' but implement the liqour ban and 50 per cent reservation for women in local bodies.

"You (Adityanath) should take cue from us and implement liqour ban and 50 per cent reservation for women in local bodies," Kumar told a public meeting here after laying foundations of development projects worth Rs 300 crore.

Taking a dig at the much-hyped Darbhanga visit of tomorrow, Kumar said "He must be coming empty handed whereas I am here to launch various development schemes."

The Chief Minister also had a dig at Prime Minister Modi for non-fulfillment of various promises made to during the 2014 general elections and assembly polls in the state the next year saying "We implement whatever works we promise, but others forget about it."

Kumar took a potshot at cow vigilants and said that they should learn to take care of stray bovines before taking law into their own hands to deal with those involved in trade of animals.

He claimed that the liqour ban has become a runaway success in and asked BJP-ruled states to follow suit.

Kumar said that his government will launch a total de-addiction drive as follow up action after the success of the liqour ban.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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