After liquor ban, Nitish calls for drug de-addiction

"Bihar government will now be working with the motive of Drug De-addiction in each and every part of the state," said Bihar CM Nitish Kumar.

Patna: After liquor ban, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday pitched for drug de-addiction across the state, while saying that it would lead the whole nation to the path of development and progress.“Bihar government will now be working with the motive of Drug De-addiction in each and every part of the state,” said Bihar CM Nitish More...

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