Nitish Kumar launches `Biswas Yatra`
Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar
today launched his state-wide `Biswas Yatra` from West
Champaran district to receive feedback from people about the
performance of his government.
"I am going to meet the people during the Yatra to elicit
people`s views on the works done by us during the past four
years," Kumar told reporters here before taking off in a
chopper to West Champaran district.
Kumar said he would be visiting all the 38 districts of
the state in a span of about one and half months. He will,
however, return to Patna, in between to do his official work.
Assailing Kumar for embarking on yet another Yatra, main
opposition RJD accused him of indulging in drama.
"Kumar first undertook `Nyay Yatra` followed by `Vikas
Yatra`, `Pravas Yatra... and now on another yatra which is
nothing but a drama," RJD General Secretary Ramkripal Yadav
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