Rohtas: On the seventh leg of his ongoing Seva Yatra meant to feel the pulse of the people by holding interactive sessions with villagers, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar visited the Dehri-on-Sone to attend a police meeting in Rohtas.

After listening to all the grievances of the policemen, Nitish Kumar announced that in police line areas, primary schools will be built for the children of policemen. In order to impart them technical knowledge, two ITI centres will be opened.

Nitish said, “I wish that the Bihar police gets adequate training. The government is continually working in this direction.”

He has also directed to provide lady doctors at the police lines and stressed on increasing the number of police forces in the state.

While inspecting the Durgavati reservoir project, he said that the government has fulfilled all demands made by the Forest and Environment Department regarding the project.

Rs 400 crore has been sanctioned for the forest management in the state, he said.

JPN/Bureau