Nitish Kumar has said he has been working "without a break" since taking over as Bihar Chief Minister and the state is on the way a to better and more secure times.
"I have been working everyday without a break, thinking often of the philosophy of 'aharnish seva' (uninterrupted work through day and night). I understand this will need to go on, without any let up," Kumar said in his blog.
"I once went to Mumbai for a day to receive an award, and stayed in Bangalore for a night for a wedding. I also went to Punjab and Kolkata for election campaigns and visited Mauritius once as part of an official delegation," he said.
A wind of change is sweeping in Bihar after his government replaced the "15-year-old corrupt, ineffective and incompetent RJD regime" and he has the right to seek the blessings of the people (for another term), Kumar wrote in the blog on conclusion of his over two month-long Vishwas Yatra.
"Bihar is very much on the way to better and more secure times," he said.