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Boy Tells Nitish Kumar, Seeks Help For Education



Nitish Kumar ordered officers accompanying him to hearken to the kid (File(

Kalyan Bigaha (Bihar):

An 11-year-old boy on Saturday stole the limelight in Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s ancestral village of Kalyan Bigaha in Nalanda district by grabbing the visiting dignitary’s consideration within the midst of a big crowd, and sought assist for his schooling.

The Chief Minister was in Kalyan Bigaha, on the dying anniversary of his spouse Manju Sinha, whose statue he garlanded inside a park named after his father Kaviraj Ramlakhan Singh.

He was passing by means of a barricaded pathway, waving at folks and accepting petitions from those that wished to deliver their grievances to his discover when the boy, who lives in a close-by village below the identical Harnaut block as Kalyan Bigaha, known as out to him with folded palms.

“Sir, I need your support for my education. My father does not help me,” cried Sonu Kumar.

The Chief Minister’s then ordered the officers accompanying him to hearken to the kid.

Vaibhav Srivastava, the Deputy Development Commissioner who’s officiating because the District Collector, heard the story of the kid, accompanied by a village elder who vouched for the boy’s “meritoriousness”.

“I study at a government school. The teaching standards are pathetic. My mathematics teacher has a problem with numbers and cannot manage basic English,” stated Sonu.

The boy stated he aspires to hitch the civil companies, however poor commonplace of schooling and apathy of his household got here in his approach.

“My father sells dairy items for a living. But he could not care less about my education. Whatever he earns he squanders on liquor and toddy,” the kid alleged, in what might be a humiliation for the Chief Minister’s much-touted prohibition drive.

The boy, who research in Class 6, stated he was already giving tuitions to these junior to him to assist himself.

People on social media criticised what they stated was unhappy state of main schooling in Bihar, whereas some expressed hope that the boy would get the chance to understand his potential.

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