Nitish Flags Off 'Awareness Rath' to 38 Districts

Nitish Kumar flagging off 'Awareness Rath' from Patna on Saturday.

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Patna: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in Patna on Saturday, in the run up of next year's Lok Sabha elections, flagged off thirty-eight government propaganda caravan, officially dubbed as 'Awareness Raths' for thirty-eight districts to spread the accomplishments of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar since his arrival on the scene thirteen years ago.

Patna: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in Patna on Saturday, in the run up of next year's Lok Sabha elections, flagged off thirty-eight government propaganda caravan, officially dubbed as 'Awareness Raths' for thirty-eight districts to spread the accomplishments of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar since his arrival on the scene thirteen years ago.

Kumar flagged off the buses from 'Samvad Bhawan' located within the Patna Secretariat.

In the first phase, the raths will 'spread awareness' at the block level and in the second, it will go to villages and village markets where farmers gather to sell their produce, officials said.

The rath also features artists from the Bihar Public Relations Department who will hold nukkad nataks and public meetings to highlight issues like prohibition, dowry, and child marriage. Moreover, it will also feature an hour-long documentary highlighting success of the Nitish administration in the field of the Chief Minister's 'Seven Resolve', improvements in the field of education, health, road construction, social empowerment of backwards and Dalits, administrative reforms, progress in the agricultural sector, and many other sectors.

Public Relations Department Secretary Manish Kumar Verma welcomed the Chief Minister by presenting him a flower bouquet in the presence of Chief Secretary Deepak Kumar, CM's Special Work Officer Gopal Singh and others.

The total cost of the endeavor was not revealed by the PR Department.

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