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Social media being used for anti-social activities: Nitish Kumar

Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Friday expressed concern about anti-social activities on social media while announcing a meeting of Members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs) on this issue on February 24.

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Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar addresses a virtual rally at the JD-U office, in Patna..

Bihar Chief Minister on Friday expressed concern about anti-social activities on while announcing a meeting of Members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs) on this issue on February 24.

He further said that presenting views on in a positive manner to promote harmony and brotherhood will be discussed in the meeting.

"A meeting of MLAs and others who are willing to participate will be held on February 24. is being used for anti-social activities. We'll discuss how to present their view in a positive manner and to promote harmony and brotherhood," the CM said.

The Chief Minister said that all MLAs and MLCs have been asked to share problems of their respective constituencies with the party and raise the same in the Legislative Assembly and Council as well.

He added, "In the meeting, senior members would give tips to the newcomers about details of the business rules of the House."

further said that a meeting of Niti Aayog will be held on Saturday and added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would hear the views of all the CMs in the meeting. He said that discussions have already been held with members in Niti Aayog and they have been informed about the policy issues of the State.

(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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First Published: Sat, February 20 2021. 11:00 IST