Patna: You all know that after 86 years of long wait, today Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given a lot of happiness to the Mithila dwellers. He has given them the gift of 11 other railway projects including Kosi Mahasetu. Now Mithila residents are very happy after receiving this gift from the center. But CM Nitish of Bihar expects something else from the center. He discussed his same expectations during the program. During this, he urged the center to fold hands to get the Indian Railway Institute of Mechanical Engineering in Jamalpur started again.
He said, "One more request will be made to the Railway Minister to get the Indian Railway Institute of Mechanical Engineering which used to run in Jamalpur, Munger, to be restarted. We used to have time to select the UPSC for its admission. Those who studied there And mechanical engineering used to pass from there and he got a job in the railway. His status we saw was amazing. " Apart from this, he also said, "We saw that those who are studying in Jamalpur and Munger and from there are mechanical engineers, there was a lot of pride in them. In this case we will insist that the institute has stopped, then it Turn it on and if necessary, increase it a bit. Increase the electrical. So much of those who are talking about electrical. We had said earlier that even today we will request you to see this thing. "
Let us tell you all that the Indian Railway Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (Irimi) of Jamalpur, the oldest in the country, established in the year 1888 is currently closed. At the same time, there have been reports about her shift to Lucknow as well. For this, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar wrote a letter to Railway Minister Piyush Goyal and during a program held today, he has once again requested for the institute.