Nation is watching Bihar, says Modi
PATNA: Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi on Monday said that the state government was committed to relentlessly spread knowledge.
Addressing a function at the LN Mishra Institute of Economic Development and Social Change to mark the commencement of 2011-13 session in MBA, MCA and NHRM courses, Modi said that Bihar was regaining its old glory and the entire country was watching developments in different sectors in the state, including social, educational, political and science-related. He said that several projects were first started in Bihar and later followed by other states in the country.
Modi said the state government has enacted a law to confiscate the property of corrupt officers. Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh are also adopting this law. Social activist Anna Hazare has awakened the people of the country on the issue of corruption. He added that one can bring transparency in any field by using latest technology, including computers, adding it would also check corruption.
The deputy CM said that knowledge of English and computer operation is a must for the youths now, as it would help them in their career.
HRD minister PK Shahi said the state government would extend all cooperation in development of the institute. The institute’s working chairman and former CM, Jagannath Mishra, threw light on its 38-year-long history.