The political stir in Bihar is intensifying. The parties have come to the ground for elections. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, there are no open fields. Online rallies are being done instead of direct public relations. In the same process, JDU President and Bihar CM Nitish Kumar started the virtual rally on Monday. On this occasion, he talked about his 15 years of work, Nitish Kumar talked about the cemetery boundary.
Through the medium of this rally, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was telling how he has changed the whole picture of Bihar in the last 15 years. Work has been done from the law system to education, health, roads and electricity. In the same process, Nitish Kumar also talked about going beyond religious boundaries and working for the good of the people. Nitish Kumar said, "We have done communal harmony in Bihar. We have laid siege to the cemetery. We have selected 8064 cemeteries, and 6299 of them have been cordoned off. ''
In addition to the cemetery, Nitish Kumar also narrated some other works done for minorities. He told, "We started the minority employment strategy. Bhagalpur gave 5000 pensions to the riot-affected people. Worked on the development of Madrasas. Worked on Urdu education and appointment of Urdu teachers in the schools of the state.”Along with this, Nitish Kumar also informed that a boundary has also been made for the security of the temples.