Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said on Wednesday that if his government were re-elected to power, it would give 25,000 rupees to girls who pass the intermediate exams and 50,000 rupees on the leaving exam.
Addressing a rally, Janata Dal-United chief highlighted the work done under her rule and also took a veiled jibe to Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD).
“We now give 10,000 rupees to girls who pass the intermediate exams and 25,000 rupees to those who graduate. We will give 25,000 rupees to girls who pass the intermediate exams and 50,000 rupees to those who graduate, ”he said.
“We have worked for the development of all parts of the state. No part of the state has been ignored. Bihar is the first state where we have granted women a 50 percent reserve in institutions and the civic organs of Panchayati Raj, ”he said.
Targeting RJD, Kumar said his government has established the rule of law in Bihar.
“It is my dharma to serve you. We will do the service. But there are people whose family is limited to husband-wife and son-daughter. But my family is entirely from Bihar,” he said. said.
Bihar will hold three-phase elections starting October 28.
JD-U, BJP, Hindustan Awam Moarch (HAM) of Jitan Ram Manjhi and Vikassheel Insaan Party (VIP) compete in the polls together.
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