Bihar adopts best practices from Panchayats in Karnataka

It is not always that other states follow Bihar model, our Bihar also learns the best practices from other states and implements to achieve the goal of a glorified province.Many Legislators and Officials from Bihar are camping in Mangalore to study the manner in which various schemes are being implemented in villages of Dakshina Kannada zilla panchayat with a view to adopt the same development modules for villages in Bihar.

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Zilla Parishat and Panchayat Raj Committee (ZPPC), the committee set up by the Bihar government comprising 20 members including eight MLAs and officials, interacted with Dakshina Kannada zilla panchayat chief executive officer K N Vijayaprakash and other officers here. The team also visited some villages in the district to see the effectiveness of development work implementation.

“We will study how roads, water supply and other development projects are developed in rural areas here. We will recommend the government to appoint panchayat development officers (PDO) in Bihar too. We will study and discuss about best practices followed here and chalk out plans as to how it can be implemented in our state. A final report will be submitted to the government after holding discussion,” he added.

The team including MLAs Ramsurath Raj, Motilal Hazar, Bhupendar Narain, Afak Alam, Manju Sharma, Vijay Kumar Sinha and Anirudh Kumar, has already visited Bangalore and Mysore. They will proceed to Thiruvananthapuram and later to Goa.