Nitish Kumar drubs BJP in Bihar election: Top 4 pts on how Nitish Kumar will take Bihar economy to new level

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Published: November 8, 2015 5:14:41 PM

Congratulating CM Nitish Kumar and the leadership of the Grand Alliance for an impressive victory in Bihar Assembly elections, ASSOCHAM today said India Inc looks forward to a new beginning in the state which needs a renewed vigour for economic development. Here are top 4 key takeaways:

Congratulating Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and the leadership of the Grand Alliance for an impressive victory in Bihar Assembly elections, ASSOCHAM today said India Inc looks forward to a new beginning in the state which needs a renewed vigour for economic development. Here are top 4 key takeaways:

  1. Nitish Kumar is greatly focused on the kind of governance which touches the common man, whether they are women, girl children or those at the bottom of the pyramid.
  2. His emphasis on social indicators have helped him re-win the confidence of his people,” ASSOCHAM Secretary General D S Rawat said.
  3. The state is the largest source of manpower in the country, with other social infrastructure like educational institutions. It now needs some big moves so that the state becomes a pivot of development in eastern India.
  4. With elections out of the way, Centre and state are likely to work together for pursuing certain economic reforms like Goods and Services Tax so that the Indian economy as a whole is able to achieve higher growth for the benefit of all citizens.

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