“Nitish Kumar has been the Chief Minister of Bihar for the past seventeen years barring the nine months when Jiten Ram Manjhi was the CM as a stop-gap arrangement. Though Nitish Kumar has been hailed as a political wizard for beating the old Chanakya of the BJP at their own game, but there is a lot he has to answer. It is time to ask Nitish Kumar some hard questions as also what makes him believe that he can go on playing this game. The state of Bihar is the worst performer and the people of the state the worst sufferers. Extreme poverty, backwardness and caste politics dominates with little hope of improvements. Unemployment in the state is at an all time high, second to that just of Rajasthan. Per capita GDP of the state of Bihar is the lowest, just $610 compared to the India average of $2,220. 30.6% of the state’s population lives below the poverty line against India’s average of 22.15%6 . Per capita power consumption in Bihar stands at 332 kWh, about one-fourth of the national average of 1208 kWh. An average Bihari uses just 61 liters of water every day as against 142 liters that of an average Indian. Bihar also remains in the last two positions of the list of Sustainable Developments Goals tracked by NITI Aayog. Over the years, Bihar has only managed to go to bottom. For the last 17 years, Nitish Kumar has nothing to show expect keeping his Chief Ministerial seat intact. It has been a shameful performance. Nitish Kumar is unfit to be Chief Minister, let alone the Prime Minister. Watch the full episode. For more information visit our website: https://theinfodiggers.com Also, find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WhatDoesThisDataSay And On Twitter: https://twitter.com/theinfodiggers
#NitishKumar #Bihar #JDU #NitishForPM #BiharCM #BiharPolitics#TejashwiYadav #RJD #NDA #UPA #HWNews
As an independent media platform, we do not take advertisements from governments and corporate houses. It is you, our readers, who have supported us on our journey to do honest and unbiased journalism. Please contribute, so that we can continue to do the same in future.