Nitish will give financial help to those doing business of Neera leaving toddy

Samastipur. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today said that a family that produces neera, leaving the toddy business in the state, will be given financial assistance of one lakh by linking it with the sustainable livelihood scheme. Addressing a meeting organized under the social reform campaign in Samastipur, the Chief Minister said that leaving the business of toddy, neera production would increase the income of the people. He said that after the prohibition of liquor, an atmosphere of peace has prevailed in Bihar.

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The Chief Minister said that anyone who violates the prohibition law will not be spared and will not be allowed to drink liquor under any circumstances. He called upon the Jeevika Didis to create awareness among the people about the deadly diseases caused by alcohol. After the prohibition of liquor, the number of tourists in Bihar has increased significantly and tourists are coming here continuously.

The dialogue program was organized by Bihar Education Minister Vijay Kumar Choudhary, Bihar Legislative Assembly Deputy Speaker Maheshwar Hazari, Rural Affairs Minister Shravan Kumar, Water Resources Minister Sanjay Jha, Panchayati Raj Officer Samrat Chaudhary, Additional Chief Secretary KK Pathak and other officials. addressed. Later, the Chief Minister also reviewed the development works of Samastipur, Darbhanga and Madhubani districts in the Samastipur District Collectorate meeting room.

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