My Father Drinks: Boy Informs Nitish Kumar, Seeking Educational Assistance

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumars ancestral village, Kalyan Bigaha, was in the limelight by appeasing visitors and presenting petitions to his office . Sonu Kumar said that his familys poor education and apathy prevented him from pursuing civil service careers .

Kalyan Bigaha (Bihar): On Saturday, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's ancestral village, Kalyan Bigaha, was in the limelight by appeasing visitors and presenting petitions to his office when the boy, who lives in a nearby village under the same Harnaut block as Kalyan Bigaha, called out to him with folded hands.Sonu Kumar said, My father does not help me.The Chief Ministers then instructed the officials accompanying him to listen to the boy's story, accompanied by a village elder who praised the boys' meritoriousness.The teaching requirements are pathetic.

But he would not care less about my education.According to some on social media, whatever he earns he squanders on liquor and toddy, giving the boy, who is in Class 6, an embarrassment to the Chief Minister's long-running prohibition push.People on social media condemned the sad state of Bihar's primary education system, while others expressed optimism that the boy would be able to reach his full potential.