Resuming his public interaction programme, ‘Janata Ke Darbar Mein Mukhya Mantri’, Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Monday met over 1,000 complainants during a nine-hour session.
“The CM interacted with people for over nine hours and heard grievance of a total of 1,007 people, including 218 women,” a statement from the chief minister’s Office said.
Kumar looked into the complaints regarding police, land reforms, general administration, and registration department and directed the state police chief PK Thakur and other senior police officials to help the complainants.
Sunday saw the first ‘Janata Ke Darbar Mein’ programme of chief minister Kumar after formation of the Mahagathbandhan government in the state.
Kumar had launched the interaction programme after coming to power in 2005. He meets people every Monday on the first three weeks of month.
Advertisements are released ahead of the programme about departments related to which complaints would be entertained.
Some women complainants were shouting and demanding immediate police intervention into their problems.