Nitish Kumar met Imran Khan, IK to study developments in Bihar

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    Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder and legendary cricketer Imran Khan is planning to send a delegation of his party leaders to Bihar to deeply study the governance and the way state achieved a turnaround. This was disclosed by chief minister Nitish Kumar who met Khan last month at his residence in Islamabad.

    Nitish said Khan is highly impressed with the developments in Bihar, its growth rate, anti-graft measures, and confiscation of the properties made with corrupt practices besides improvement in health care, education and immunization.

    When Nitish with his delegation went to see Khan, all the senior ranking leaders of PTI were present to know a lot about Bihar, they felt has metamorphosis in the last few years from a misgoverned, poor and corrupt state to well governed and developing state. Khan feel he will win the election early next year to become Prime Minister.

    "Khan told me that his delegation will study various aspects of Bihar before the PTI scripts its manifesto," the CM said. "They have already studied whatever available about Bihar and the recent developments and said the PTI has adopted few policies like declaration of assets by the leaders of the PTI which are available on the net," Nitish said.

    Like a perfect story teller, Nitish told about his experiences in Pakistan where he spent almost a week and met the leaders of different parties including President Asif Ali Zardari and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. He said, "It was a lifetime experience visiting Takshila and Mohan Jodaro and everywhere I found Buddha. I went with open mind and returned with only the sweet memories," he told a gathering of legislators and intellectuals.

    "I have a genuine feeling that people of Pakistan wants cordial relations with India and favour frequent exchange of visits by all sections of the society as well as common people. But it is also a fact that forces are at work in both the countries attempting to frustrate the normalization of relations," said Nitish.
    :rolleyes:

    The CM was also highly impressed when he was given a chance to plant a sapling of fig near the spot where the offshoot of Mahabodhi tree brought from Anuradhapuram by the Sri Lankan President had been planted some four decade back.
    :sucide:The Mahabodhi tree at Anuradhapuram had been planted from the offshoot of the original Mahabaodhi tree at Bodh Gaya where Lord Buddha is believed to have attained nirvana (enlightenment).

    Imran Khan to send his party’s delegation to study developments in Bihar - The Times of India
     
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    More like recce for the next terrorist attack.
     
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    Re: Imran Khan to send his party’s delegation to study developments in

    y bihar??

    y not turkey,china,srilanka,saudi,UAE:confused::confused::confused:
     
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    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    Re: Imran Khan to send his party’s delegation to study developments in

    old bihar problem are common with present pakistani problems
     
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    May be different strategy used by Pakistanis to settle in India. They come here as party worker & settle down.:scared1:
     

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