The one year has been a year of happening, and a creative and positive atmosphere has been created,” the CM boasted. Excited over the ‘achievements’, he has shining hopes to take the once dark state into an area of glittering light after a run of troublesome decades. “By 2015, Bihar will be standing side-by-side with other developed state,” Nitish claimed.
It was a clear sign that the masses put aside their petty caste considerations for the sake of development, infrastructure growth and jobs. With people’s aspirations rising by each passing day, the Nitish Kumar-led NDA government has more responsibilities than the days it has left behind in the office.
Expectations of the business community from the new regime is also high. In its Industrial Policy, 2006, released in July this year, the state government has offered good relief to resuscitate the industries in Bihar. Though the result has not been visible by November-end when the Nitish Government completes one year in office, state the government has done much win the confidence of Bihari entrepreneurs who are now looking to tie-up with the big corporate houses like the Tata Group to set up industries in Bihar. Of course, marked improvement in the law and order scenario has come as a great relief to the industrialists.