How Nitish government is bridging Bihar’s political-economic divide through policy actions
Bihar has received cumulative investment proposals worth Rs 63,008 crore till November 10, 2022, almost half of which are related to ethanol sector, Bihar’s industry department data shows.
Will withdraw Jan Suraj campaign if Bihar Govt provides 5-10 lakh jobs in 2 years, says Prashant Kishor
Election strategist Prashant Kishor has announced that he would withdraw the recently launched Jan Suraj Abhiyan if Bihar Government led by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar manage to provide 5-10 lakh jobs in the next one or two years.
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar expanded his cabinet on 16th August with the induction of 31 ministers of different constituents of the Grand Alliance or Mahagathbandhan. Here is the complete list of ministers and their portfolios:
Bihar hosted an investor summit in the national capital, after a gap of over 15 years. Industry representatives from 170 companies including ITC Limited, Hindustan Unilever, Adani Group, Britannia, Coca Cola, Pepsi and Ambuja Cement attended the summit and showed keen interest to invest in the state.
Four expressways will crisscross Bihar under the Bharatmala Project (Phase-2). The state also plans to construct ring roads around four major cities including Darbhanga, Bhagalpur and Muzaffarpur and build eight bypass roads to ease traffic loads.