Patna: Bihar Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar
today announced that the government was seriously considering
a proposal to retstart the appointment process in cooperative
banks of the state.
Paying floral tributes to the former NAFED Chairman,
Ajit Kumar Singh on his third death anniversary, Kumar said no
no appointment had been made in the cooperative banks for the
past 25 years badly affecting the functioning of the
cooperative banks in Bihar.
Kumar told the gathering that the state government would
initiate the process of appointments for the cooperative banks
in the state at different levels so that these banks could
function properly and take care of the interests of rural
people and the farmers.
The Chief Minister said that defunct BISCOMAUN which
earlier used to supply fertiliser and seeds to the farmers had
once been given the licence to supply the agricultural kits to
the farmers after a gap of 20 years with the hope that the
organisation with its broadbase could meet the demands of the