Nitish Kumar pledges to weed out corruption

Pledging to weed out corruption if returned to power, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday sought the cooperation of the people for information on corrupt public servants.

Bagha: Pledging to weed out corruption if returned to power, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday sought the cooperation of the people for information on corrupt public servants.
``We will keep the names of the informants secret and
open schools in the houses of those found corrupt,`` he said
at an election meeting here.

Kumar said his government had enacted a legislation to
put the corrupt public servants behind bars and asked the
people to return NDA to power with a bigger mandate so that
the unfinished development programmes could be taken up.

He charged the Centre with adopting a discriminatory
policy towards Bihar.
Attacking the previous governments of Bihar, he said the
state had been pushed back during the 40-year rule of Congress
and 15-year rule of the RJd.

``We have put the state back on tracks,`` he said.

PTI

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