The emergency landing of Nitish Kumar's helicopter was done in Gaya, Bihar. It is being told that the Chief Minister had gone to conduct an aerial inspection of the drought-affected area in the state. During this, an emergency landing of his helicopter was made due to bad weather. It is worth noting that due to poor monsoon rains in many districts of Bihar, there is a severe drought situation in the area. Paddy is the main crop of Bihar. Due to the destruction of paddy cultivation, a big problem has arisen in front of the farmers. In such a situation, the farmers are constantly pleading for help from the government.
Chief Minister left for Patna by road
After the emergency landing of the helicopter, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has left for Patna by road. Due to the sudden landing of the Chief Minister's helicopter, there was a sudden stir in the police department and the district administration. As soon as the information was received, District Magistrate Dr. Thiagarajan, SSP Harpreet Kaur and other officials reached the airport. In a hurry, traffic police were deployed from place to place to remove the Chief Minister's carket. After this the Chief Minister left for Patna via Khijrasarai from Gaya.
Government has been monitoring the drought situation since July: CM
Replying to a question last week, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had said that the state government was very serious about the farmers in view of the non-rainfall situation in the month of July. The government has been monitoring the drought situation since July. If the rain turns its back from Bihar, then the state government is fully prepared to deal with this emergency situation. We will give all possible help to the farmers. Significantly, the Chief Minister had gone to conduct an aerial survey on Friday in view of the drought situation in various districts of Bihar. After which his helicopter had to be landed due to bad weather.