Patna: Observing that there may be
different dimensions of development for different people,
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that his government
wanted to provide good education and medical infrastructure
to the people for bringing about the best possible human
Speaking at a book release function here today, he
said the state government was committed to set up the
required infrastructure for human resources development
under its vision of development and provide an atmosphere and
opportunities to enable the people, particularly the youths,
to hone their skills and reap rewards in their professional
lives, Kumar said.
The Chief Minister exuded confidence that the Bihari
people were talented and were equipped with skills to achieve
worldly success and make a name for themselves.
"Bihar and its people have already shown the right
attitude by embracing their `Bihari` identity and pledged to
work together to attain development", Kumar said.
"It is a matter of time that Bihar will join the
developed states and contribute as much to help the country
become a superpower", the Chief Minister said.
Kumar also pledged to live and work by personal
example and said that he will conduct himself in such a way
that he lives up to the expectation of people and not not do
anything that will ever embarass the Bihari people.
"I may not deliver as much as desired by the people,
but at the same time would not do anything that will bring
shame or embarassment to the people," he said.