Cancer patients, students and officials of Bihar will no longer face the problem of accommodation in Mumbai, 10 storey Bihar Bhawan will be built.

Patna. About one acre of land acquired by Mumbai Port Trust for Bihar Bhawan to be built in Mumbai will be registered next month. The state government has made full payment of Rs 150 crore to the Port Trust for this. The government has entrusted the responsibility of getting the registry done to Cabinet Secretary Dr. S. Sidyarth. Along with the registry, a 10-storey Bihar Bhawan will be constructed at a cost of about Rs 10 crore.

Will be able to get accommodation at low cost

In this building, people from Bihar coming to Mumbai for cancer treatment will be able to get accommodation at low cost. Apart from this, students coming to appear for examinations and state government officials coming to Mumbai for government work will also get seats at reduced rates. On the initiative of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, this valuable land of Mumbai has been given to the Bihar government. This land is close to the new bridge recently inaugurated by the Prime Minister.

Land received on the initiative of Nitish Kumar

Bihar Legislative Council Chairman Devesh Chandra Thakur said that Bihar Foundation was struggling for this for about 20 years. This initiative, which started during the tenure of former Maharashtra CM Vilas Rao Deshmukh, has now borne fruit. He said that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar especially deserves thanks for this. Along with him, former Union Minister SK Shinde, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, Maharashtra IAS officer and Mumbai Port Trust Chairman Rajeev Jalota, Bihar cadre IAS officer Adesh Titirmare, and Indian Revenue Service officer Ravi Shankar Srivastava, formerly posted in Bihar, were thanked. Are eligible.

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Also expressed gratitude towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Thakur also expressed gratitude towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi for this noble work. Thakur shared the picture on social media while standing on the said land of Mumbai Port Trust. He said that this is a very happy occasion for the people of Bihar. People going to Mumbai for cancer treatment did not get a place to stay, let alone treatment. He has been arranging accommodation for the people coming from Bihar by donating lakhs of rupees per month in two Dharamshalas near the hospital.

Needy people will get a lot of convenience

Thakur said that the construction of Bihar Bhawan will provide great convenience to such needy people. Apart from the President of Bihar Foundation, Qaiser Khalid, a native of Bihar and Maharashtra cadre IPS officer working in Mumbai, Ranveer, Secretary of the Foundation, hundreds of people living in Mumbai have contributed to this work and got it completed.

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