Social media used for anti-social activities: Nitish Kumar

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday expressed concern over anti-social activities on social media while announcing a meeting of Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) on the issue on February 24.

He further said that presenting opinions on social media in a positive way to promote harmony and brotherhood will be discussed during the meeting.

“A meeting of MPs and others wishing to participate will be held on February 24. Social media is used for anti-social activities. We will discuss how to present their views in a positive way and promote harmony and harmony. brotherhood,” said the CM.

The Chief Minister said that all MPs and MLCs were asked to share the issues of their respective constituencies with the party and also raise them in the Legislative Assembly and Council.

He added: “At the meeting, senior members were advising newcomers on the details of the Chamber’s business rules.”

Nitish Kumar further said that a Niti Aayog meeting will be held on Saturday and added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hear views from all CMs during the meeting. He said discussions have already taken place with members of Niti Aayog and they have been briefed on the political issues of the state.

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