Imran Khan has eulogized the chief minister of Bihar Mr. Nitish Kumar. Imran Khan’s PTI has used Nitin Kumar’s policy of transparency as a role model for honesty in a region infested in corruption. The Pakistani government is corrupt. The Bharati government is even more corrupt. Mr. Zardari is hiding his wealth in Swiss account. The Swiss banker’s association says that 80% of the numbered Swiss accounts belong to Bharatis–hiding thier ill-gotten wealth.
Nitin Kumar is a leading the counter-revolution. He has been successful.
Imran Khan like Nitish Kumar has published his assets on the internet. A Pakistani delegation, visited Bihar in August, and invited Mr. Kumar on behalf of Punjab Chief Minister Mohammad Shahwaz Sharif, brother of former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to Kumar to visit that country.
Mr. Kumar has been the force in one of the biggest turn-arounds in the history of South Asia. He has taken the state with the highest poverty, and transformed it into Bharat’s fastest growing state in terms of economy. Now Mr. Kumar has taken the great step of leading a high-level delegation of ministers and officials to Pakistan next month to tell the “turnaround” story of the state there.
The people of Pakistan will warmly welcome Mr. Nitish Kumar and the lessons of turnaround that he brings to the people of Pakistan. Bihar and Pakistan are tied together in many bonds–and one of them is Urdu. Urdu is a state language of Bihar and West Bengal.
The Kumar delegation will be on a week-long visit from November 9-16 at the invitation of some provincial chief ministers there, officials in CM’s office. He will bring State chief secretary, home secretary, Minority Commission chairman, ministers – Renu Kumari and Sukhda Pandey and JD(U) MP NK Singh.
Mr. Kumar will visit Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad and will return by road through the Wagah border.
RJD President Lalu Prasad visited Pakistan In 2003. Lalu Prasad is very popular in Pakistan. The Bihari CM would tell the turnaround story of Bihar after coming to power in 2005 to Pakistani leaders and others.