The Telegraph
Monday , February 24 , 2014
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Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday announced to set up a commission for looking into the problems of entrepreneurs and traders in the state.

He also urged residents of the state to beat utensils for five minutes on the eve of the Bihar Bandh called by Nitish himself to make the shutdown successful. He said this while attending Bhamashah Smiriti Samaroh at SK Memorial Hall where industrialists and businessmen had gathered.

Nitish said: “The sound of the utensils would awake the central government, which has cheated us by not according the special category status to Bihar.”

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