'I'll touch your feet': Nitish urges IAS officer to expedite roadwork

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar appealed to an IAS officer on Wednesday to expedite the extension work of the JP Ganga Path up to Kangan Ghat in Patna.

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Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar appealed to an IAS officer on Wednesday to expedite the extension work of the JP Ganga Path up to Kangan Ghat in Patna . "If all these works are done before July 2025, it will be good..

. I bow to you [additional chief secretary Deepak Kumar Singh] with folded hands. Shall I touch your feet?" he said.



Kumar was speaking at a ceremony to distribute appointment letters to special survey assistant settlement officer and other posts. Watch Kumar's appeal to IAS officer here #WATCH | Bihar CM Nitish Kumar urges an IAS officer to speed up the work of extension of JP Ganga Path up to Kangan Ghat in Patna; tells him "I touch your feet, please finish the work on time." pic.

twitter.com/82NoLnc1oO Bihar government takes action following bridge collapses At the same event, he also said that more than 60% of incidents of crime in the state occur mainly because of land-related disputes. "Our main aim behind conducting special surveys and settlement is to reduce the cases of land disputes in the state.

The government has taken several steps to reduce the cases of land disputes." "The work of special survey and settlement is an important step in this direction," Kumar said. Statewide bridge collapses prompt urgency for roadwork This incident came after the Bihar government suspended at least 15 engineers in connection with the recent bridge collapses.

Since June 18, over 10 bridges have reportedly collapsed or caved in various districts, including Kishanganj,.