New Delhi: Taking a leaf out of PM Narendra Modi's book, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday held a 'chai par charcha' session in Gwalior.
The session was organised to provide the Bihar chief minister an opportunity to interact with Biharis living in Gwalior.
"It is a specialty of Bihar that its people are spread to all corners of the country. Bihar is an ancient land, like Gwalior. Our link is ancient," he said.
"People from Bihar are not a burden of any land. Instead, they help lift burdens," he added.
Talking about his alcohol prohibition policy in Bihar, Kumar said, "A lot of states in this country have been unable to implement the policy though Bihar has showed them how to do it."
Apart from the interactive session, Kumar also visited a camp for the differently abled in the city, where he was the chief guest for a function. The function was also attended by President Ram Nath Kovind, Governor of MP Anandiben Patel, Haryana Governor Captain Singh Solanki, MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan along with Central ministers Thawarchand Gehlot and Narendra Singh Tomar.
Kumar was in Gwalior to attend a program honouring Ram Manohar Lohiya.