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Patna, Dec 12 – Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday directed the authorities concerned to ensure the removal of encroachments in school premises as soon as possible.

Kumar during the weekly “Janata Darbar” programme organised for redressal of public grievances, asked the authorities concerned to remove encroachments from the school premises.
One Uday Kumar Ujjain, a native of Brahmpur in Buxar district, had brought to the notice of Chief Minister Kumar that anti-social elements had encroached the government school premises.

The Chief Minister while hearing grievance of another person Abhishek from Munger, asked the authorities to take steps for appointment on compassionate ground.

Abhishek had made complaint to Kumar that he was not appointed on compassionate ground despite the fact that his father had died during service period in education department.
Nitish, during the “Janata Darbar”, disposed of complaints of 47 people and directed the authorities concerned to do the needful.

Complaints were related to Social Welfare, Labour Resources, Minorities affairs and Science and Technology besides some other departments.