12-year-old innocent reached CM Nitish, opened the pole of school and teachers.

Patna: In Bihar, a few seconds of a child's words to CM Nitish Kumar on Saturday are in the news. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had reached Kalyan Vigha in Nalanda on the death anniversary of his late wife Manju Sinha. After the programme, Nitish was listening to the problems of the local people. Due to this, Sonu Kumar, the 12-year-old son of Ranvijay Yadav, a resident of Neema Kol in Harnaut block, reached out to the Chief Minister. Then, what he said in the discussion with the journalists went viral in the form of a video.

Due to this, he complained about his father's drinking and explained the status of studying in a government school. Sonu said that he narrated the bad situation of the school. He said he didn't study properly in school. Teacher Deepak Kumar is also not able to study English properly. Sonu said that he wants to study in a good school and the chief minister has assured him.  

At the same time, Sonu said that my father sells curd. The income that comes is spent on drinking alcohol and toddy. I teach tuitions to children of a class younger than me, that money is also taken by the father. He said that the condition of studying in a government school is not good. Sonu said that my biggest problem is to study in a good school. He also requested Nitish to write his name in an English medium school.  

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